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Spiral Screw Extractor Kit

$970
  • Spiral blades
  • Works on most american and imported cars
  • Removes Screws, Broken Studs and More
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Product Overview

The GearWrench Spiral Screw Extractor Kit is designed to remove broken screws, studs, set screws as well as pile and Alemite fittings. The kit is made to be used with different sized drills. The Packaging and Branding may vary between GearWrench and KD tools due to a brand consolidation.

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Hand Tool Type
Extractor
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Standard Limited Lifetime

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Customer Reviews

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Trying to remove a bleed screw broken off in a brake caliper and applied minimal pressure and it twisted and became instant garbage. I might have accepted it if the screw came out but it remains frozen in place.
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    I ordered this Spiral Screw Extractor Kit from HomeDepot.com, and it arrived on time and undamage...
    I ordered this Spiral Screw Extractor Kit from HomeDepot.com, and it arrived on time and undamaged. This kit will come in handy when I have a stripped screw or bolt that needs to be removed. It comes with 4 extractors which should fit screws or bolts from 7/32" to 3/4". The extractors come in a nice button closure pouch that contains instructions on the back. To remove stripped screws or bolts, you'll need a drill, and various drill bit sizes to create the hole in the stripped screw to use the extractors.
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    After waiting for this piece of equipment almost a month, it broke on the first use. Don't waste ...
    After waiting for this piece of equipment almost a month, it broke on the first use. Don't waste your money on it.
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    This screw extractor kit, made by GearWrench, allows you to extract broken screws and other "fast...
    This screw extractor kit, made by GearWrench, allows you to extract broken screws and other "fasteners" that are broken, stripped, rusted-in-place, etc. To use, simply drill a hole into the stuck fastener, then put the correct-sized extractor into the newly-drilled hole and use something else to turn it and remove the stuck fastener. As you turn the extractor, it should "attach" to the stuck fastener and loosen it.
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    This kit works just fine. I like the new design, which holds up better to fractures, and grips th...
    This kit works just fine. I like the new design, which holds up better to fractures, and grips the broken bolt/screw well. Make SURE your hole is circular, and not oblong, or you might not be successful using this kit. To ensure proper extraction, keep your drill straight and the object you are drilling preferably held securely in a vise, stationary object, building, or still attached to the vehicle. When drilling, cutting fluid is highly recommended. Make sure to close your eyes and blow out the shavings every once in a while so as to extend the life of the bit. Is this kit worth it? Well, if it's some cheap, inexpensive thing, then perhaps not, but if it's an irreplaceable or expensive engine part, then you bet! But either way, each bit should last you many extractions and is an indispensable tool to have around the garage!
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    SUMMARY: A GOOD SPECIAL PURPOSE TOOL SET BACKGROUND: A screw extractor is one of those tools you ...
    SUMMARY: A GOOD SPECIAL PURPOSE TOOL SET BACKGROUND: A screw extractor is one of those tools you hope you never need, but when you do you need it to work. I have used this type of extractor before and found it works as well as any other design. The chance to add this set made by GearWrench to my tool box was too good to pass up. FIT AND FINISH: On par with other screw extractors, the fit and finish look like they are ready to work. OPERATION: I did not have any broken bolts that I needed to remove. So I haven’t had a chance to actually use these yet. Put they are waiting quietly in the drawer.
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    The screw extractor set is made of quality material, which is important so the tips don't get gro...
    The screw extractor set is made of quality material, which is important so the tips don't get ground down during the extraction process. Not having used a screw extractor of this type before, I was expecting to be able use it directly with no other tools. That may work in some cases, but according to the instructions, the proper way is to drill a small hole in the center of the screw and then use the extractor. When done this way, the extractor worked very well. I found that as the screw came out, I sometimes needed to switch to a larger extractor to complete the job. The set comes in a plastic pouch that has a compartment for each bit which helps to keep them together in a tool box or hanging on a work bench. I liked the 4 sizes in the kit, which allows for use with a wide range of screw sizes.
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    These extractors are meant to cover bolt sizes from #12 up to 3/4. The recommended drill sizes ar...
    These extractors are meant to cover bolt sizes from #12 up to 3/4. The recommended drill sizes are 7/64, 5/32, 1/4, and 17/64. You can get away with drills that are close to that, like a 9/32 for the large one as an example. I tried the smaller extractors on a few rusted headless bolts, and they worked great. They are very hard, to the point that they still looked new after using them. However the upper limit of 3/4 is a stretch; on a frozen 3/4-16 bolt, I could feel the extractor twist, and it failed to remove the bolt. It gripped solid and did not slip, but it felt like it would snap if I applied any more torque. On a non-frozen bolt, I'm sure it would have worked. A good value and worth it to buy even if you don't need them right away, it will save you a headache later. Use a tap wrench for best results, and stub drills are recommended for drilling the bolts.
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    You don't want to have to use these but if you need them you will he happy to have them. One of ...
    You don't want to have to use these but if you need them you will he happy to have them. One of my hobbies is building and racing Datsuns from the late 60's and early 70's. Usually there are bolts that may have never been removed since the car was built and even with all of the tricks I have sometimes you snap the head off of a bolt leaving it flush. Once you drill a hole in the center of the snapped bolt you can tap these in place and used them to extract the remains of the bolt. It takes some care ind finesse to remove but it would not be possible with out these. I always keep a couple sets of these in my tool box. The square drive portions of the extractors fit perfectly in tap and die handles so you have good feel when using them.
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    This spiral screw extractor set comes with 4 sized extractors and with enough overlap in sizes ma...
    This spiral screw extractor set comes with 4 sized extractors and with enough overlap in sizes making it a very versatile tool set. It is well constructed and can be used for various fittings that have broken off and cant be removed with conventional means. They are made to be used with a typical tap wrench for easier use. All in all these are good tool for the average handyman.
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    Needed an extractor that was smaller. Will keep for any future needs however
    Needed an extractor that was smaller. Will keep for any future needs however
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