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Right Angle Drill, 1/2 In, 355/750 RPM
- Item # 6Z338
- Mfr. Model # 3107-6
- NSN #
- UNSPSC # 27112703
- Catalog Page # 992
- Shipping Weight 15.65 lbs.
- ItemRight Angle Drill
- Chuck Size (In.)1/2
- Drill Speed (RPM)0-355/0-750
- Amps @ 120V7.0 A
- Gear ReductionQuadruple
- BearingsBall and Roller
- Spindle Size (In.)1/2-20
- Tool Length (In.)16-1/4
- Tool Weight (Lb.)10.3
- Cord Type3 Conductor, Quik-Lok, 8 ft.
- FeaturesSide Handle, Carrying Case, Head and Handle Swivel 360 Degrees
- Handle TypeD
- IncludesChuck Key And Key Holder, Right Angle Drive, Open End Wrench, Socket Wrench, Chuck Remover Bar, Side Handle and Plastic Carrying Case
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Powerful 7-amp motor: Delivers trigger speed control in two ranges – 0-335/0-750 RPM – plus reverse.
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