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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334497 Wed Nov 20 2019 06:58 PM
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What I would like to find is a 1/4" drive clutch head sockets. I don't need 3/8" drive "horsepower" for these fasteners.
With 1/4" drive, I could use my 1/4" ratchet plugged into the handle of my 1/4" drive nut driver.
This would provide a great amount of control while removing these fasteners.

Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334536 Wed Nov 20 2019 10:54 PM
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Amazon has these that go into a 1/4” screw gun.


Phil

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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334568 Thu Nov 21 2019 03:05 AM
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I bought the "long" clutch head socket set and it performs poorly, Since then I have purchased used Proto Tools clutch head sockets off Ebay and although I had to purchase from more than one seller to get what I needed, the results were worth it. The Proto clutch head sockets fit the bolts like a glove, very obvious improvement.


Ronnie
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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
Phak1 #1334582 Thu Nov 21 2019 04:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Phak1
Amazon has these that go into a 1/4” screw gun.

I may get a set of those. Would work nicely in a 1/4" hex drive impact driver I have. Impact would also help knock the rust loose.


Kevin
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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334597 Thu Nov 21 2019 10:19 AM
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Thanks for all your help. You guys are the best!! Below is a picture from amazon.

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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1335881 Sat Nov 30 2019 06:42 PM
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New Guy
Picked up a set of these recently:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LX661P8/

I prefer the sockets simply for the option to use in either a ratchet or cordless impact. Haven't yet tried these but will update the thread with anything material.


Ryan
'54 3100
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