Unfortunately, we believe this particular jackhammer won't work with our bit.
Kind of but not really, I've used mine as soil tamper completely unrelated to it's intended use. But what you are talking aboj would tare up the top of the board unless you used a plate or sacrificial piece of wood on top. And I think you would have a thought time driving keeping the bit centered on the board with out dangerously having someone else hold it or designing some type of jig. Just over complicated unless you are determined to drive your boards in with a jackhammet
This includes 1 driver.
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Not sure what you're asking. The shank is 1-1/8" typically associated with a jack hammer or demo hammer. If you have one of those, then this works. The shank is one size but the collars are multi sized as options. 4x4, 6x6 and 8x8 I believe. I have the 2 former collars. Mine worked great.
I don't think it works for what you're doing if I understand you. The collar is basically a box in a box. The collar goes in something, with the hammer going into it... keeping the hammer centered and controlled. Hth
The adapter it comes with is for a 4x4. There are other adapters you can buy....I'm certain there's a 6x6 and I *think* there's an 8x8 adapter available as well. HTH!