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  • Where to find left handed thread chuck screws?

    When drilling out a stump w/ a probably too big 2 9/16" self feed bit w/ a Milwaukee 1663-20 spade bit got stuck! When trying to reverse out chuck screw broke! My Makita 6302H(0-550rpm) broke it's chuch screw too and so did the Ryobi D-130VRRK Right Angle(0-380)! A long pipe through a 7/16 inch wrench broke it free! Anyway I can get chuck screws for the 1663-20 and Makita 6302H. I cheated on the Ryobi and used the M6 x22screw the Makita uses as the M6x 25mm is obsolete!I recently scored a mint Porter Cable 6614 on Ebay and guess what it chuck screw is obsolete(didn't break it-yet anyway). Is there a source for these sxcrews? I got the 1/4 X 1 inch 1663 screws and the M6x22mm Makita 6203H sxcrews from ereplacement parts. I learnt my lesson and will use my Milwaukee 9072 impact wrench or a long pipe to break stuck bits free. And yes I know thye Big Makita DS4000 uses a morse taper chuck!
    You can never have enough drills-too many is just enough!!!!!

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    Re: Where to find left handed thread chuck screws?

    I was using my Makita hole hawg type drill a few years ago, to power a winch, (worm drive gear box), and was running it in reverse and broke the screw in it, I called and they said that tool is obsolete and parts are nearly extinct on it, but they had screw, but it would take a few weeks to get it, I said to the guy send it, but I guess I will just lock tie it, and put the screw in when it shows up, and he went in a rant if I lock tight it and need repairs I will not be able to get it apart, that may be true, but he just said there were not parts for it, so I red lock righted it, and it has been that way for years, now, not saying that is the way to do it but I figured if it craps out and I can not fix it, it will end up being tossed as if the parts were nearly gone 5+ years ago, I know they won't have any now,

    so what I am saying red lock tight may be an answer,


    the place below claims to have it,
    http://www.ereplacementparts.com/mak...6_147_255.html
    Last edited by BHD; 02-21-2011, 09:01 PM.
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      Re: Where to find left handed thread chuck screws?

      BHD thanks! Yeah I got left hand screws for the makita from ereplacement parts! But the screws for the porter cable 6614 are obsolete! I was going to order some for the Porter Cable just in case. Thankfully the slightly shorter Makita screws work in the Ryobi D-130 right angle! The red locktite sounds like a great solution!
      You can never have enough drills-too many is just enough!!!!!

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