Laser 6 piece Screw Extractor Set
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Laser 6 piece Screw Extractor Set
When a screw breaks below the surface, the Laser 6 piece Screw Extractor Set is the ideal tool to use to remove it. This set features 6 different sizes, M3/6, M6/8, M18/11, M11/14, M14/18 and M18/25.
Features & Benefits
- Easy way to removes damaged screws
- Removes screws using reverse thread
- Sizes M3/6, M6/8, M18/11, M11/14, M14/18 & M18/25
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.Rated 2 out of 5 by SpannerMonkey21 Weak construction, only good for soft bolts I've previously owned a stud extractor set which I used with great success, but my brother nicked it a few years ago. When the time came that another bolt broke a few weeks ago, I decided to buy this one as a replacement, based on some positive reviews. And so to my snapped bolt: I drilled a suitable hole down the centre of the bolt. The smallest extractor fitted nice and snugly, but upon turning to get some bite into the thread, it simply stripped the biting edge of the reverse conical thread. I gently tapped it down harder to get some purchase, but its narrow shaft was about to break under the strain, before it stripped more of its thread. I then drilled a wider hole into the bolt, used a good metal file down the bore to ensure I'd get some purchase with the new extractor, and with a larger extractor I got the same result - a burred thread. Game over. The mild steel bolt was stronger than the metal construction of this extractor - this shouldn't be the case. It might be useful on bolts made of weaker metals. 25 May 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Gazza2011 Extractor set Simple to use product and fit for purpose, you do need spanners or an other implement that can be used to turn the square head of the extractors. 16 December 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by willwood1 Worked fine 2 of the hex bolts holding the front disk rota on my bike had become seized and their heads had chewed. I drilled about 1cm into the top of the 2 bolts with an HSS drill bit. Screwed the extractor in and turned it anti-clockwise with a small adjustable spanner. Both bolts were out within a matter of seconds. No damage to the existing threads. Worked perfectly. Saved the time, trouble and expense of having a mechanic do it for me. Or the expense of having to buy a whole new front wheel and axel assembly. A useful set of screw extractors I now have for future use. 10 June 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by Jon666 Bolt broken off on situ? Worked like a dream to extract a broken bolt from the end of a crankshaft to rescue a refurbishment from disaster. I would say that for success you need a tap wrench to allow you to turn the extractor with no sideways force on it. And you need a good centre punch and a sharp drill to drill the pilot hole. 10 June 2015Rated 4 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Did the job. I had a few rounded bolts when removing my car seats. Got hold of these tools and the bolts were all out after about 5 minutes each. You have to use the largest size you can to reduce the risk of breakage and just be really careful as they do feel like they could snap. 03 January 2015Rated 1 out of 5 by TommyTeaBag Useless Needed to extract a rusted bolt from a rocker cover on a Mini Cooper, drilled out to the correct size, as soon as the extractor bit it snapped-had not even got tight yet! Complete waste of money. Then struggled for hours for a work around as I could no longer drill out the bolt. 15 June 2014Rated 4 out of 5 by Mcconnellfrance Lazer 6 Piece Screw Extractor Set I had bolt damaged screw head on my Honda motorcycle. This set worked perfectly to extract it. Having read the reviews of brittle behaviour, I took care to drill at the correct size for the largest extractor and made sure to put a pure torque input with a T bar. Damaged screw came out easily. Saved me a lot of money! 12 October 2013Rated 5 out of 5 by Biker28 Easy to use, does what it says I bought this to remove a screw with a very rounded head. Really easy to use. I just drilled a pilot hole in the screw head with a standard drill bit. Then chose a screw extractor about 3/4 the size of the screw head, used a small hammer to knock in the extractor until it was stuck. Then used an adjustable wrench to gently twist it anti clockwise and it came out within seconds leaving no damage at all to surrounding casings. 18 August 2013
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