Wivco Shake-N-Break Air Impact Screw Remover - TH28.000

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SKU #1701094
• Loosens rusted, corroded or overtightened screws
• Includes 4 bits
• Works with your air hammer
Price:
$47.99
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The Wivco Shake-N-Break Air Impact Screw Remover is an air impact screw and fastener removal tool that makes use of changeable and standard 5/16" hex bits to fit any or all fasteners and screws that are used today. The screw remover can be used along with a standard air hammer, with safety spring, at low air pressures.

The air impact screw remover helps in loosening corroded, rusted, dirty, painted, undercoated and overly tightened screws quickly. The vibrations produced by the screw remover loosen screws, and you can easily turn the screw with the help of the attached handle. The air impact screw remover works well on cars, trucks boats, motorcycles, and farm equipment. The Wivco Shake-N-Break Air Impact Screw Remover includes four Phillips bits.

Key Features of the Wivco Shake-N-Break:

  • Works with standard air hammer at low pressure
  • Great for loosening rusted, corroded screws and fasteners
  • Bits are 5/16" hex

Other places where the Wivco Shake-N-Break Air Impact Screw Remover works:

  • Wheel openings
  • Headlight doors
  • Taillight lens
  • Bumpers
  • Striker pins
  • Seatbelt bolts
  • Floor pans
  • Motorcycle engines

*Air hammer is not included

WARNING WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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This is one ...
By Michael Derose on Jul 6, 2017
This is one tool that seems like it probably doesn't work very well but once you try it you'll find it does A huge smash on a hand impact driver can ruin the bit or the screw. This really works the repetitive blows from an air hammer do the job. It removed 1/4" thread countersunk screws from a transmission plate I had given up on removing. Its expensive but worth the money for any serious mechanic or not so serious but needing a specialty tool.

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