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 Ryobi P271 18V, 1/2" 2-Speed Drill-Driver Parts

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A-1Housing Assembly
Part #: 201024004
In stock
4 available
 $6.08
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A-2Top Lever Assembly
Part #: 3000909
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A-3Logo Label
Part #: 940114178
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
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A-4Screw (M6 X 27 mm)
Part #: 6613402
In stock
14 available
 $3.99
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A-5Chuck
Part #: 670794002
Backorder:
Unavailable until 09/09/2015
 $8.36
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A-6Clutch Cap & Gear Train Assembly
Part #: 201025003
In stock
4 available
 $25.08
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A-72-Speed Change Knob
Part #: 343318001
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A-8Screw
Part #: 6621205
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.99
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A-9Spring Washer
Part #: 670030004
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 $2.99
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A-10Motor Assembly
Part #: 230079021
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 $11.28
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A-11Forward/Reverse Selector
Part #: 343319001
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3 available
 $0.99
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A-12Switch Assembly
Part #: 270013028
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6 available
 $13.07
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A-13Screw (M3.5 X 14 mm)
Part #: 660031012
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
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A-14
Data Label Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 940488534
Discontinued
N/A
A-15Magnet
Part #: 303001015
In stock
6 available
 $0.99
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A-16Bit Clip
Part #: 630206007
In stock
10 available
 $2.99
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A-17Double Bit (PH2 S6 L50 mm)
Part #: 6782045
In stock
12 available
 $2.99
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A-800
OperatorS Manual Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 988000929
Discontinued
N/A

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fenday
Question: Plastic Onchuck

fenday

I own the ryobi 18v cordless drill 1/2, In the past 6 months i've had to replace my drill do to the plastic on the chuck coming a part. And not being able to change my bits.So my new drill is starting to do the same as my last one.why are they made so poorly ?You don't need the whole chuck, all i need is the plastic that goes on it.
1166932
Question: Ryobi P271 Chuck Replacement

1166932

OK hackers and guys that just want to repair everything I have a hack for you on your Ryobi P271 18 volt cordless drill. First let me tell you that in our shop we have 22 Ryobi cordless drills running. They are various models bought over the last 5 years. I have liked them because the parts are cheap and they are easy to work on.

Well that was till I got the P271. Well you can't get a parts listing on link removed for that drill. I guess it may be too new or something. But that is not the problem. If you get the parts list and key in the part number you can get replacement parts here, so don't fret about that. It is the cost of some of the parts that will kill you.

Here is an example:

Luckily I have lost of drills here to play with and I keep a large assortment of parts on hand for them. I have a former employee (fired him after what he did to the drill, anyone that ignorant will not work in my shop) who decided that allowing the drill chuck to rub against a carbon fiber edge instead of getting the proper close quarter drill was the best way to drill this hole. To be short about it he literally ground about 35% of the grip completely off of the drill chuck. Right down to the metal thus making the chuck unable to be tightened or loosened.

Well I went to look up the part (http://www.ereplacementparts.com/chuck-p-1508830.html #670794002) the price was $80.00. After the paramedics brought me back I checked again just to be sure. Yep, that was right $80.00. For a chuck. No not a Jacobs chuck just a little Ryobi chuck. That is nuts and stupid. That means that I can buy a new drill with 2 batteries and a charger for $15.00 more, or less in some cases. Right now Home Depot has the drill, 2 batteries, charger, and a impact wrench for $99.00). So I said no way.

I started tearing up a few other drills and found that the chuck for Ryobi model #P201 (http://www.ereplacementparts.com/12-in-chuck-p-154206.html #690032023) fits perfect and costs $16.62.

So this is your savings tip for today. I am very surprised by this move from Ryobi on this and if this type of pricing stays I will replace our drills here. Ryobi is not the best quality (I personally use Festool at home link removed Online | Festool Tools | Saws, Drills, Routers ) but they run well and have been cheap to fix.

Good luck all with all your future repairs.
fancyboxy