Model # AC96502

Internet #202061320

RIDGID 5-1/8 in. Coldfire Screw Gun Driver Bit -DISCONTINUED

Discontinued RIDGID

5-1/8 in. Coldfire Screw Gun Driver Bit -DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

Ridgid introduces the Ridgid 5-1/8 in. COLDfire Bits (2-Pack). The COLDfire technology makes them the strongest and longest lasting bits on the market. These bits can be used in collated screwdrivers that take a 5 in. bit. To learn more about Ridgid tools go to and check out us on social media. See below for more information on this tool.

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  • Coldfire treated bits - cryogenically treated for stronger and longer life
  • For use in collated screwdrivers that take a 5 in. bit
  • #2 square tip
  • Cryogenic treated S2 pro-grade steel bits




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Rated 1.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Barely usable My driver bit came with the Ridgid screwgun (3971) and lasted less than 100 collated screws before its driver end was chewed up by the screw heads it was driving. I was surprised to see how little durability the driver bit had. Avoid this driver bit. Mine may have been uniquely poorly made, but even so, it should have lasted far, far longer than it did. June 27, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by wrong lenght for the RIDGID Collated Screw Gun Listed as the replacement bit for the RIDGID 1/4 in. AC Collated Screw Gun Model # R6791 Internet # 100646501 Store SKU # 739971 But is WRONG SIZE, original bit is slightly longer then 6 inches (six inches) so this bit is too short by an inch. Seems like home depot doesn't carry the correct size bit. November 12, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't fit screws The square drive tip is slightly oversized and won't engage into the screws. I picked them up on the way to do a job and I couldn't get a single screw to drive just spun in the head. Luckily I dug through my bag and found a cheap bit I bought at a swapmeet and it worked like a champ. Probably just a fluke and the adjustment off at the factory for the grinder making the flats on the bits. June 14, 2012
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