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Carbon Steel Screw Drill Bit Extractor Set with 5-Extractors, Sizes #1 - #5 (5-Pieces)

$9.48
  • Used for removing broken or seized screws
  • Hardened carbon steel material
  • Sizes #1 - #5 in plastic case
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About This Product

Drill America DEWEZ Series Screw Extractors are made from heat treated carbon steel. They are used expressly for removing broken or seized screws. Sizes included in this set are below. #1 - Screw Size Up to 3/16 in. #2 - Screw Size Up to 1/4 in. #3 - Screw Size Up to 5/16 in. #4 - Screw Size Up to 7/16 in. #5 - Screw Size 9/16 in. - 3/4 in.

Highlights

  • Set includes sizes #1-#5 in a plastic pouch case
  • Uncoated (bright) finish
  • Set will handled screw sizes up to 3/4 in.
  • Removes broken or seized screws
  • Made of carbon steel
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Product Information

Internet # 304746377

Model # DEWEZS1-5

Store SKU # 1003067835

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Specifications

Details

Bit Material

Carbon

Drill Bit Type

Specialty

Drill Bit Type(s) Included

Specialty

Features

No Additional Features

Individual/Set

Set

Material Application

Aluminum, Angle Iron, Cast Iron, Copper, Duct/Sheet Metal, Linoleum, Nickel, Stainless Steel, Steel

Number of Pieces

5-10 Pieces

Number of Pieces

5

Returnable

90-Day

Shank Style

Square

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Q:The screws in a towel bar and toilet paper holder that are underneath are stripped. Cannot tell if they are tiny flathead screws or tine Allen screws but nothing works. Will this set (I assume the smallest of the 5) work to remove the stripped screw?
by|Mar 16, 2023
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Q:I have a #5 hex bolt with the top stripped. Will one of these work on that?
by|Feb 20, 2020
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A:  Hi Jeff - It really depends on your particular situation and without more details it is impossible to say if these will work. I assume you have a Grade 5 bolt which identifies the bolt strength. The actual size of the bolt will determine what size of drill bit and extractor you will use. That said, it the hex head is stripped (rounded) it might be better to use a socket type extractor (search the Home Depot website for model DWABEXTRACT5) or even a sharpened cold chisel to loosen the bold. Good luck.

by|Feb 21, 2020
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Q:I have a very thin pan screw (1/8) holding the handle of my faucet and the "philips" slot is busted. So I want to use the thinnest extractor to try to unscrew it. Do I need to drill a "pre hole"? I can drill a 3/32 hole through the head and then use your extractor. Would the Nbr 1 be thin enough?? Thanks for helping !!
by|Jul 28, 2019
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A:  Hello the #1 screw extractor is the smallest we offer (found in this set: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Drill-America-Carbon-Steel-Screw-Drill-Bit-Extractor-Set-with-5-Extractors-Sizes-1-5-5-Pieces-DEWEZS1-5/304746377) We would reccomend trying to drill a 3/32" hole to see if it will work in conjunction. Thank you

by|Sep 8, 2020
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    Q:Some of the screws in my deck were put in wrong and because the heads are not flat with the wood I scratch the bottoms of my deck furniture. Will these bits work to take the tops off the screws?
    by|Jul 31, 2018
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    A:  No. Not only that...I advise you to drive the screws in deeper rather than attempting to remove the heads. If that doesn't work, remove the offending screws completely and install new ones.

    by|May 6, 2023

    A:  These are made to remove the screws. Can you drive the existing screws deeper. If not use these bits to remove the current screws and replace them. They are not meant tomremove the tops of screws.

    by|Mar 20, 2021
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    A:  I don't think these bits are appropriate to take the tops off of screws. However, if you wanted to replace the screws the bits might be helpful removing the old screws if the heads are stripped.

    by|May 5, 2023

    A:  These screw extractor set will not work on these deck screws. If the flat head screws are wedged in the deck and cannot be removed with a regular phillips or robertson {square head} insert then maybe you can use a 3”x.035x1/4 cut off disc on a die grinder to cut a slot on the flat head screw. Then with a slotted bit or screw driver try to remove to screws from the deck. Once the screws are removed they can use a weldon type counter sink to enlarge {deepen} The hole for the new deck screws.Hope this helps. The following are a suggestion on some Of the insert bits and disc to try to remove the screws. WELCS-18 - depending on the head diameter of the flat head screws INS27021 - #2 phillips insert bit INSBH-300S - bit holder INS27464 - slotted insert bit FLXF0305S - 3x.035x1/4 cut off disc INS29049 - #1 robertson {square} drive INS29050 - #2 robertson {square} drive

    by|Sep 5, 2023
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      A:  I do not think so. But it will back the screws out of the deck. Then you can put something wooden in to the screw hole, to make it tight for replacing the screws. BUT, if you just want to grind the screw heads down, then go to HomeDepot and get an angle grinder. But, just back the screws out and reseat them.

      by|Sep 5, 2023
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      My experience with the Drill America DEWEZ carbon steel screw bit extractor set of 5-extractors ,...
      My experience with the Drill America DEWEZ carbon steel screw bit extractor set of 5-extractors , sizes #1 to #5. I have an old laptop that I want to upgrade with a few better components. But when I was taking the case apart to access the laptops guts, I stripped the top of one of the screws holding the case together. I tried so many things that people told me to get that 1/8th inch head of that screw out of the 3/8th inch hole. Use a rubber band on the tip of the screwdriver to use glue on the tip of the screwdriver to hold the screw in place when you turn the screwdriver. Not one of the helpful hints worked for me with a screw down at the bottom of a hole. So my last resort was to use a screw extractor something I had successfully done many years ago, but that was a screw on the surface not inside a 1/8th inch 3/8th inch deep hole. As the included photos show. I laid out the tools that I would use for this project a #1 extractor and the drill bits to use with the #1 extractor. In the attached photos you can see the screw head deep inside the 1/8th inch 3/8th inch deep hole, and the #1 size extractor and the drill bits that I will use. Well it is extremely very hard to drill the head of a screw down inside a 3/8th inch hole. The bit keep slipping off the screw heed, but I persevered. The #1 extractor is hardened and can dig into the softer head of the screw. Well. after many attempts to drill the hole in the head, I finally got the screw out. Hey if they worked for me, they should work for you. Thus, I will recommend this Drill America set of screw extractors.
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      This is a basic extractor set but for the money it's a great deal. If you are trying to extract a...
      This is a basic extractor set but for the money it's a great deal. If you are trying to extract a screw, which is my most common need, you will also need a drill bit in order to create a hole in the middle of the screw head for the extractor bit to grab. Picture A shows a screw where the head is stripped. Picture B shows the screw after drilling a small hole. In Picture C the extractor bit is grabbing the screw in order to back it out (drill in reverse or counter clockwise direction). Success in Picture D.
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      This is one of those items that I don't need often with woodworking, but when you need it, you ne...
      This is one of those items that I don't need often with woodworking, but when you need it, you need it. Five, extremely hard bits, carbon steel, in a small pouch to keep them together and the edges protected. Most of my woodworking pieces are glued and screwed together and at times care must be taken to remove screws and heads get boogered so these removal bits will be a welcome addition to the tool collection.
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      I ordered this 5 piece screw extractor set for my tool box as a replacement for a broken set of v...
      I ordered this 5 piece screw extractor set for my tool box as a replacement for a broken set of very old extractors. While I haven't had the need to use these yet (keeping fingers crossed that I never do) they appear to be of good quality and materials. Be aware that there are no instructions or any reference to the size of drill bit to use for each of the 5 extractors. However, a quick search of the internet will result in plenty of detailed instructions and video demonstrations. Presumably, if you buy a set of extractors, you are already familiar with their proper use and aware of precautions and warnings.
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      This will Definitely come in handy b/c this house is a old one and some of the screws are impossi...
      This will Definitely come in handy b/c this house is a old one and some of the screws are impossible to get out and with this set i can remove siezed screws or stripped ones easily. My wife was also happy that we found these,I recomend that all my friends check these out and i know they will be useful for them also.Thank you Home Depot and the company that made them.
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      Did not work as expected and did not have any instructions or tips on how to use. Disappointed.
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      It was exactly what I needed....
      It was exactly what I needed.
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      Garbage
      You guys keep harassing me for a review, here it is. The tools were garbage. On the first broken bolt the easy out broke with the first attempt of turning the broken bolt. Didn't last 5 minutes. I had let the bolt soak in penetration lube overnight. I threw the rest away.
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      Response from Drill AmericaDec 21, 2021
      Hello, sorry for the issue. Please get in touch with us on the "Contact Us" page on our website www.DrillAmerica.net and we will do our best to resolve the issue. Thank you. DrillAmerica
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