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Corded High Torque Angle Drill, 1/2 In
- Item # 38D160
- Mfr. Model # US600580761
- UNSPSC # 27112703
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 14.78 lbs.
- ItemCorded High Torque Angle Drill
- Chuck Size (In.)1/2
- Amps @ 120V6.7
- Gear ReductionTriple
- BearingsDouble Sealed Ball Bearings
- Tool Length (In.)14
- Tool Weight (Lb.)8.0 lb.
- Cord Type108"
- FeaturesHigh Torque For Use With Auger Bits Up To 2 In Dia, Auto-stop Carbon Brushes, Extra Long, Safety Non-slip Side Handle, Angle Attachment Suitable For Drilling In Confined Areas
- SwitchVariable Speed, Reversible
- Handle TypeErgonomic Pistol Grip
- Includes1/2 in Chuck, Chuck Key, Side Handle, Right Angle Attachment
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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