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3/8 in. Metal Keyless Chuck for Impact Driver

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  • Accepts round and hex shank bits
  • Converts an impact driver into a driver drill
  • Constructed of metal
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About This Product

The Makita 3/8 in. Metal Impact Driver Keyless Chuck is a drill attachment that is made from metal. This chuck can convert an impact driver into a driver drill. It accepts round and hex shank bits.

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Product Information

Internet # 100128244

Model # 763198-1

Store SKU # 436249

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2 in, W 2 in, L 0.0 in

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)

2 in

Product Length (in.)

0.0 in

Product Width (in.)

2 in

Details

Color Family

Silver

Drill Attachment Product Type

Adaptor

Material

Metal

Power Tool Accessory Type

Other Accessory

Product Weight (lb.)

.65 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Questions & Answers

23Questions
caret
Q:Will it fit into my 1/4 impact drill
by|Feb 1, 2022
3 Answers
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A:  yes works very well if used properly

by|Sep 29, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  Thank you for your question, Yes.

    by|Sep 29, 2023
      2 found this answer helpful

      A:  Yes

      by|Sep 29, 2023
        1 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:I have impact drivers with selectable speeds. What is the fastest speed that I can safely use this chuck at?
        by|Nov 21, 2020
        3 Answers
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        A:  I don't remember any mention of maximum speed on the package/instructions. It is for high speed use though and the limiting factor would be the bits you're using. I don't think I have ever seen any kind of chuck that had a maximum speed rating and I have used a lot of them. But there could be a first time. Generally, impact drivers don't turn the speed that a normal drill would turn on high speed and this is basically the same chuck you would have on a drill, just with a shank that can be used with a quick release impact drive.

        by|Oct 7, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  Thank you for your question. This 3/8" Keyless Chuck Adapter is rated at 3600 rpm.

        by|Jan 12, 2024
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  No maximum speed noted.

          by|Nov 24, 2020
          caret
          Q:What is the threading size for the back of the chuck?
          by|Nov 1, 2020
          2 Answers
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          A:  There isn't any threads on the back side of the chuck. This has a hex shank that is similar to what you might see on a driver bit. You can put it into the 'chuck' that is usually used on a cordless impact, and then you will be able to use your impact as a drill.

          by|Oct 7, 2023
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  I know what your asking,, The Part that connects the 1/4 hex shaft to the chuck... That Shaft Threads into the Back of the Chuck and they are wanting to know what the Thread size/count is.

          by|Oct 7, 2023
            1 found this answer helpful
            caret
            Q:Is there a life time warranty
            by|Jul 29, 2020
            1 Answer
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            A:  Thank you for your question. No, please visit https://www.makitatools.com/service/warranty for Makita's warranty information.

            by|Jul 29, 2020
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              Customer Reviews

              3.9 out of 5

              • 3.9 out of 395 reviews
              • 63% recommend this product
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              Broke instantly after first use
              Attached an accessory, used it once. Removed the accessory. The chuck will no longer close at all.
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                Not for heavy drilling
                I used this on a 3/8 shank holesaw and DeWalt 887 & Milwaukee Gen 3 impact drivers to drill 1.25" holes through 2.5 inches of wood. The DeWalt became too hot to handle after about 10 holes, so I switched to the Milwaukee, and snapped both the holesaw and the chuck after 11 more holes. The product worked as advertised, and I found it highly useful, but it isn't durable, by any means.
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                  Easy make fro your impact drive a drill
                  I was very happy with it, its a strong part, working well, very practical, Easy to use
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                    Purchased the keyless bit because the piece I purchased to sharpen lawn mower wouldn't fit my ryo...
                    Purchased the keyless bit because the piece I purchased to sharpen lawn mower wouldn't fit my ryobi impact drill. Went to tool rental area, to fit a recommendation for universal bit attachment and the Gentlemen printed me up one that wasn't in stock, I ran into the last keyless bit in the tools section. And was definitely compatible.
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                    I bought this to use in my drill press since the chuck on it would not go small enough for the dr...
                    I bought this to use in my drill press since the chuck on it would not go small enough for the drill bit I needed to use. The wobble was so bad it wasn't usable. Not sure if it's the drill press or the chuck, because if there's a small wobble on the drill press chuck it would be amplified on this chuck because of the added length. My press might have a very slight wobble, but if so it doesn't affect the drilling I've done in the past. The chuck is intended to be used in an impact drill and it might be fine in that application where precision isn't as important. I have a cordless drill already so I don't need to convert my impact into one.
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                    I used this to connect a power drill to the manual crank mechanism on a sit-stand desk. It works ...
                    I used this to connect a power drill to the manual crank mechanism on a sit-stand desk. It works well. It's definitely a solid item and it feels well-machined. It's probably overkill for what I need- It feels like something a contractor would use, and I probably could have gotten away with using a cheaper plastic one. But I'm definitely not worried about it breaking or giving out on me. There's actually a hole for a chuck key, but there's no gear mechanism. I don't know if adding that gear would be prohibitively more expensive but it would be nice if you could use a key if you wanted. But that's not a flaw- it's advertised as a keyless chuck and works well as such.
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                    2 found this review helpful
                    adapter unscrewed
                    I'm a sheet metal worker. i use these with my impact so i don't have to carry a drill and impact all day. i used mine about a week. like others have complained, the adapter unscrewed from the chuck when i tried to remove a bit. due to some internal ratcheting mechanism it's nearly impossible to remove the bit by gripping the chuck with two sets of pliers. i can't belive they don't use a reverse thread screw to keep the adapter from backing out. i exchanged it, hopefully I'll have better luck with the new one. i had one made by jacobs that lasted about 15 years. so far i haven't found a suitable replacement. i tried two from the "green" home improvement store, $5.99 and $14.99 and both of those broke the very first hole i drilled.
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                      Poor design
                      If you’re drilling a hole in a bird house this might be great. But if you’re doing real work this thing couldn’t hold a smooth shank drill bit to save your life. When you tighten the chuck there is a dumb clutch like mechanism that just lets loos of all your torque to tighten the chuck.
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                        Rene was very helpful in locating this item. He answered all my husband's questions and with Rene's knowledge of this department we felt comfortable purchasing this chuck. The chuck meets our needs..we were a bit concerned as wasn't same brand as impact drill but Rene assured us it would work as well and it certainly did not disappoint.
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