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This is a genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for use with a variety of power tools. This is a standard hardware which has multiple applications based on your tool. For proper use please refer to diagrams. This is a metal torx T20 metal screw which is sold individually.
This is a Genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for Makita Jobsite Radios. This is the Radio Antenna that helps to pick up the magnetic energy of the radio waves and send it to the radio receiver. It is made out of Rubber and Metal.
No tools are required to replace this item, simply screw it in the opening in the housing.
This is a genuine Milwaukee replacement part, it is sold individually.
The purpose of the 06-75-3150 Screw is to secure the chuck to the spindle of the models listed below.
This is a left hand threaded screw, to remove it turn it clockwise.
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This is a genuine Milwaukee reverse female coupling. It is specially designed for use with angled electric drills/drivers. It is used to connect the spindle and the reverse drive assembly together. This coupling is made out of metal and it is sold individually.
Replacing this coupling is a simple and quick task. You should only need a wrench.
• Remove the sleeve nut
• Remove the reversing drive assembly
• Replace old coupling with a new one
• Reassemble and test the unit
Genuine Milwaukee replacement part, this item is sold individually.
This Chuck Key tightens the jaws of the 1/2 inch capacity Chucks on all the Drill models shown below.
For convenience a Chuck Key Holder part number 48-66-4040 can be ordered. It is attached to the power cord then the Chuck Key is attached to it.
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