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Model 5262-21

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Store SKU #658849

1 in. SDS D-Handle Rotary Hammer

$179.00 /each
  • 2.1 ft. - lbs. of torque with up to 35% harder hits
  • Powerful 9-amp motor: Delivers 0-1,620 RPM, 0-5,860 BPM
  • 5 year limited tool warranty

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Lightweight and fast, the Milwaukee 1 in. SDS D-Handle Rotary Hammer is designed to handle the toughest applications with accuracy and ease. With a powerful 7 Amp motor, this rotary hammer delivers 0-1500 RPM, 0-5625 BPM and 1.8 ft. lbs. of torque, giving you superior drilling speed without sacrificing the power needed to drill larger holes. A mechanical clutch protects the motor when the bit binds and the 3-mode operation offers maximum versatility for use as a rotary hammer, hammer only and rotation only. Durably made for reliable use on the jobsite or for DIY projects around your home, this tool's rotating brush plate gives you equal power in forward and reverse for easy removal of jammed bits and also extends brush life.

  • Powerful 9 Amp motor delivers 0-1500 RPM, 0-5625 BPM for faster drilling speeds
  • 2.1 ft.-lbs. of torque/blow energy
  • 3-mode operation for versatility; rotary hammer, hammer only and rotation only
  • Variable position chisel stop allows material to be adjusted regardless of orientation
  • Mechanical clutch protects the motor when the bit binds
  • Lightweight 6.1 lb. design is easy to handle and helps reduce user fatigue
  • Includes: 1 in. SDS D-handle rotary hammer, depth rod, side handle and carrying case
  • 5-year limited tool warranty
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Can a homeowner use this device to bore a hole through a concrete foundation wall?

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April 30, 2013
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Redmond, WA
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December 31, 2014
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I assume this tool would do the job easily.
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June 1, 2014
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Yes, within the listed capabilities of the drill - 7/8" for a solid bit, and 2-1/8" for a thin-wall core bit.
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June 20, 2013
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POSSIBLY, with the correct bit. how thick? i'd be more inclined however to say no, the model you may be needing is about $350 at home depot
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May 1, 2013
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Yes. The 5262-21 Milwaukee® 7/8" SDS Plus Rotary Hammer can be used to drill up to 7/8" holes with a solid bit and has a 2-1/2" Thin Wall Core Bit capacity.
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The photo is for the 8 amp model the description is for the 7 amp 7/8 model what is it ?

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January 21, 2016
The image is for the new 8 amp model but the description is for the older 7 amp model what does the coustomer really get?
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May 30, 2016
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You are correct. The advertisement is totally wrong. They are advertising a 1 inch with a 7 amp. I believe the 7 amp is a 7/8, and the 8 amp is a 1 inch. I guess this is a hybrid. A little bit of both? Or maybe none of either? Stranger, is that I think both are under the same model number. Someone should fix this.
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January 30, 2016
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This listing is for the 7 amp 7/8 model.
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Can I use a hammer drill like this to cut a hole in asphalt? I'm building a deck out over an old asphalt driveway and need to secure the posts.

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April 27, 2015
I'm building a deck and need to get a couple posts through the asphalt and into the ground. Want to keep it looking pretty nice. Thanks
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Should do fine as asphalt is typically pretty soft. I used it to drill about a 3/4" hole for the keeper pin on a swinging gate and it was like butter. If you need a bigger hole you can make as big of hole as you can and then chisel the rest out with a chisel bit.
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April 29, 2015
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Yes, this tool can be used to cut/drill into asphalt.
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Is there a nut driver with SDS bit that can be used to drive a hex head threaded fastener into concrete.

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I'm using my 7/8 in SDS D-handle rotary hammer to install blue threaded fasteners into a concrete wall. After drilling the hole the instructions indicate I should drive in the threaded fasteners using a hexhead driver in a hammer drill. Is there a hexhead driver with an SDS shank? Milwaukee makes a chuck adapter that accepts standard bits, but the adapter is not supposed to be used in hammer drill mode, only rotary drill mode. I ended up figuring out a way to use a tool kit that the fastener manufacturer sells to do what I needed to do. However, I'm not sure it was used as intended, and I'm still interested in finding nut and screw driver bits with SDS shanks. Does such a thing exist?
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I use these type of fasteners frequently, and have never seen a set of instructions that required them to be driven with a hammer drill. I use my impact driver with due care, but a drill with the appropriate bit or even a regular old nut driver works fine.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent as usual What can I say it works as expected, it is a Milwaukee product. As far as value it is actually cheaper than another brad name another guy on my crew bought and his has already been replaced. I have used it for drilling and chipping and I had no problems at all. It's a tool that does what it was meant to do and to me that is excellent because I have purchased other tools that didn't preform as they should. It is a professional (heavy duty) tool that does a professional job! August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by tools This is a weak product can not be used on big time jobs July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done! Very satisfied with this purchase. I've drilled holes into concrete 5/8 inch diameter and 8 inches deep with relative ease (using Bosch SDS-plus bits). I've also chiseled excess concrete using the hammer function which works as great. --hammer function works best if you first engage the material taking up any hydraulic slack, then pull the trigger. The quick locking/release chuck is phenomenal! I also like the simplicity & ease of the function selection control switch and how fast and easy you can move the handle orientation. Not only is the rock hammer constructed solidly, the case is one of the best I've ever received --plenty of space to store a few bits and it won't crimp the power cord. This is my first ever Milwaukee product --very impressed, Highly recommend! May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Solid Rotary Hammer, Bad Foregrip I bought this rotary hammer to chisel out thinset where I had taken up tile in my kitchen. The tool overall is solid and did a decent job. However, the adjustable foregrip broke within 5 minutes and I had to return it. After the grip broke, I tried using it without, but it got too hot to hold onto, so I could only use it for about a minute at a time. While the adjustable grip is nice in theory, a screw-in would be much better. Because of that I cannot recommend the tool. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Go Getter! This thing is a concrete slabs worst night mare! Slim design allows access to tight spots but still has tons of power to blast through those tough rocks. It far exceeded my expectations. May 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Excellent drill have used it to drill a lot of holes does the job great March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent as always One of the best small hammers I ever used. Great tool for a home owner compared to a simple drill with hammer option. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I have no complaints - works great. I have used it to drill holes in cinder block for fasteners and it performed very well. February 10, 2016
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