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Cordless Rotary Hammer Drill, 7.7 lb.
- Item # 5WFR4
- Mfr. Model # XRH03Z
- UNSPSC # 20111603
- Catalog Page # 973
- Shipping Weight 7.06 lbs.
- ItemCordless Rotary Hammer Drill
- Battery Included / Bare ToolBare Tool (No Battery)
- Chuck TypeSDS Plus
- Battery TypeLi-Ion
- Battery Capacity3Ah
- Blows per Minute0 to 4000
- No Load RPM0 to 1100
- Stop RotationNo
- Capacity in Concrete7/8"
- Battery IncludedNo
- Battery Pack Replacement4NNN2
- Handle TypePistol Grip
- Features(3) Mode Operation for Rotation Only, Hammering with Rotation or Hammering Only, Jobsite Tested Shock Absorbent Handle, Torque Limiting Clutch, One Touch Sliding Chuck, Compact Pistol Grip Design, Large Two Finger Variable Speed Trigger, Soft Grip Handle, LXT Lithium Ion Battery and Rapid Optimum Charger, LED Light
- Tool Length14-1/8"
- Tool Weight7.7 lb.
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