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Rescue Bit

Rescue Bit 1/8" x 3" Drill Point and Reamer w/Collet Combo

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SKU:
18X3RBDERMWC
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0.25 LBS
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This listing is for one 1/8" diameter by 3" long Rescue Bit broken tooling extractor with a 1/8" Collet for use in your air die grinder. Hard metal compound allows drilling into tooling which normally cannot be drilled. Use to remove broken bolts, drill bits, thread taps or EZ Out extractors. This is a 1/8" (Drill Point on one end and Reamer on the other end) Rescue Bit that can be used in a standard drill or in a die grinder with the 1/8" Collet that's included. Rescue bits as well as reamers, drill bits and taps etc are consumable items. Because of this they carry no warranty expressed or implied. Have questions about the Rescue Bit? Please read our article on FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) about Rescue Bits.

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Rescue Bit Success

    Posted by Paul F on 27th Oct 2021

    Just wanted to say thanks, these bits worked great to remove an EZ Out that broke inside of a broken 5/16x18 stud in a 1” blind hole at the end of a crankshaft.

  • 5
    Broken Easy Out Removed

    Posted by Alan B on 15th May 2020

    I was able to remove a broken Easy Out from a 1/4 bolt. I used a hex socket head bolt to center on the uneven broken end of the Easy Out and drilled it out using slowest speed on a drill press cleaning chips (dust) frequently. The bit did bind and break once it went through the end of of the Easy Out but I was able to tap the part a few time and the broken bit fell out. From Wise: Glad to hear this worked for you. However, a drill press is NOT recommended due to the inability of using the rounding motion required to prevent binding and breaking. Also, the manufacturer recommends switching back to the reamer end just before going through the material being drilled. That's because it is common for the more aggressive cutting blades to chip and break when punching through material. The reamer end is less aggressive and not as likely to break upon exiting material.

  • 5
    Saved

    Posted by Mike D. on 28th Jul 2016

    A rusted bolt broke off in the frame of my 2008 Jeep Liberty. In trying to remove the bolt, I broke off the extractor. Looked on YouTube for a solution and found this product. And it worked as advertised. I was able to drill out the extractor and the bolt. Saved me from cutting into the frame. Great product.

  • 5
    Not skeptical anymore!

    Posted by Mike R on 6th Feb 2016

    Wasn't sure if I could believe the hype. But seeing is believing. I'm not skeptical anymore!

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