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Our best Hex Shank Square Drive Bits are used in Drill Chucks or Magnetic Bit Holders.
We offer two styles of bits:
Insert Square Recess Driver Bits - 1 inch length: Compact - requiring less storage space in your tool box.
Power Shank Square Recess Driver Bits - 1-15/16 inches length: Longer shank than the Insert style to fit deeper into the drill chuck for more traction and a better grip.
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1/4" Hex Shank
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is there such a bit called a 8 point torxI have a trailer with screws like this.a #2 squre drive strips every 1 out of 4 removed?
I'm pretty sure that torx bits are 6 point only. Is your #2 square bit still square or have the edges rounded? Good luck!
Go on-line and do a search (I used google) for an "8 point star bit"Lots of sources pop up so in answer to your question, YES there is such a thing but you may have to work a little to find one.
Yes torques bits. They come in different sizes like 10,15, 20,25 Square bits are for square drive screws. Hey come in sizes like 1, 2, 3 You need the right tool for the job.
Doing research on the internet with this question this is the answer I found. Most likely you need an S2 bit. Its a square bit. The 8 points you see is really two squares. (So I guess there are no 8 point bits) You might want to type in "Is there a torx bit that has 8 points" to have other answers hope this helps.M
what is correct driver for your FSSDSFST7X15/8 SQ DR DECK SCR S/S 7 X 1-5/8 TRIM screw?
#2 square drive. Not all bit are the same, some fit better than others.
TOM CASTELLI WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
we use the following driverQTI-80-2QTI-80-2R -- #2 x 1-15/16 in. - Power Shank
A regular 1/4 inch socket fits perfectly.
Quality = dependable reliability
A simple item but with todays fasteners a must for anyone with a set of tools