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Husky

Model H3DHBST50

Internet #202913549

Store SKU #564634

T50 Torx 3/8 in. Drive Bit Socket

$1.97 /each
  • Lifetime warranty (Guaranteed Forever)
  • Steel construction
  • Corrosion resistant

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Husky 3/8 in. drive bits sockets are manufactured from chrome-vanadium steel and heat treated for added strength and wear protection; providing durability for a lifetime of hard use. Each bit has been heat treated and hardened for improved durability. The polished chrome finish resist rust and corrosion and easily wipes clean of oil and dirt.

  • For use with 3/8 in. drive tools
  • Non-replaceable bit
  • Torx style bit
  • Bit is made from shock resisting S2 tool steel (not for use with impact drivers)
  • Socket and bits feature chamfered lead ins for quick and easy placement onto fasteners and drive tools
  • Guaranteed forever lifetime warranty
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI standards

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What does tamper-proof mean?

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August 17, 2016
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Woody, A tamper proof torx bit has a recess in the center of the bit to allow it to work on security or tamper proof torx screws or bolts. It will still work on non-taper proof bolts as well.
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August 16, 2016
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This bit has a hole in the tip for a tamper proof screw which does not allow normal bits to turn the screw.
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What is the minimum torque this item can handle?

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May 11, 2016
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Ely,
Minimum torque is not something that is measured, are you asking for the maximum torque rating on this bit socket?
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Do I use this with an impact driver or a socket wrench?

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I am removing seat belts posts in a van and I'd think they are in pretty tight, what tool should I get to use with this?
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June 12, 2015
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Hello albertish,
A socket wrench would probably be the best solution. An impact wrench would probably put too much force on the screw. To make the job easier make sure the socket wrench you're using has a long handle for better leverage. I hope this helps.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Flimsier than any tool I've ever seen Low price is not value if a product is not fit for its intended purpose. Needed to remove seat belts to take out rear interior panel in a Ford truck. At first attempt this bit broke leaving a piece stuck in the bolt's head. Thankfully Dremel saved the day and I got it out but complicated a simple job. Keep in mind I'm no big strong man: 50 years old woman, with artritis and a 24" ratchet. Had to wait until next day to buy from Snap On: bit worked like a charm (bolt was fine, not rusted, perfect thread). Brittle like no tool I've ever used. October 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool , lifetime warranty for under $2 These are just little tools, do not tighten to 80ftlb!!! obviously Its going to break! 80inlb is no problem, ive compared them to craftsman/ mac tool and snapon they all break or bend at the same point but at a 10th of the price with lifetime warranty you can not go wrong! July 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked to remove seatbelt bolts from 1996 Sonoma Worked to remove seatbelt bolts from 1996 GMC Sonoma. Didn't chip/break but didn't a ton of torque to turn the bolts anyways. December 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Did the job Nothing to write home about. I had some stuck vehicle seat bolts and this tool did the job. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, good price, easy pickup at store Needed this to change the shocks on the hatchback on my Jeep Grand Cherokee. Just needed this tool for this job, probably won't use this tool again. Price was great, and easy pickup at the store on my way home from work. December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk... First time I used this piece of junk, a spline sheared off. Was attempting to apply 80 ft. lbs. with a torque wrench when it happened. Consider yourself warned; don't buy Husky junk... ;+( December 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice little bit This little T25 bit worked perfectly with my impact driver and adapter (to fit onto a 1/2 in. driver). I work with torx screws a lot and this drive pattern or square grip the best, while phillips bits typically strip or break easy due to their design, which is why the former are preferred in concrete, decking, and other high strength applications, especially when working with impact tools. Torx are also commonly found on some cars and motorsports vehicles; it's one of those things you never know you'll need until you get there. I have never seen a torx bit break before, and am not expecting to either. I was able to put 4 inch decking screws through lumber without any wear or stripping on the bit. Husky is a good brand, and even though the quality might cost you a little more, it's worth it. . . imagine being on a job and having the bit break on you and not having any extras laying around. I have had this happen with drill bits and philips bits, and it really sucks when you have to run to the store for a stupid little thing that's holding back your project and having guys wait on you. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well-built and does the job I needed this particular size socket to change spark plugs in my Honda Odyssey. I didn't need a full set so this fit the bill. Solidly built and does the job. October 20, 2015
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