Flex. Shaft With Chuck

Flex. Shaft With Chuck
Work easily from a distance
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35N06.01 Flex. Shaft With Chuck

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With its ball bearing design and tough covering, this can be used with any power take-off drill press, portable power drill, or a grinder (if properly equipped). The 54" length lets you easily work a distance away and the 3/8" chuck allows you to use a huge variety of grinding bits, sanding disks, burrs and other small rotary cutting tools. Chuck will hold bits up to 3/8" diameter. This tool is a terrific value.

Note: This flex shaft (like most of this type) is designed only for forward (clockwise) rotation. You may damage the steel cable if you attempt use it in reverse rotation. Made in China.

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  • Mrs.

    Diana Wilson, 9/5/2015 My husband has been looking for this flexible shaft at several places in our area, but could not find one. He is very pleased with this product and it was delivered within a week of ordering it.
  • Exactly as Shown

    Preston Woodruff, 6/30/2010 I use the flexible shaft with a hand-held drum sander (made from a rolling pin and hook & loop sandpaper) to sand dulcimer sides and other curves. It runs smoothly, has a nice hefty feel, and it's exactly as described in the catalog. Glad I got it.
  • Exceptionally useful and cheap

    Rock, 2/8/2010 I attach this shaft to a small drill press, and with attached drums or burrs I use it mainly for shaping large woodcarvings. It has proven to be exceptionally useful and durable, and a lot cheaper and more powerful than the dedicated flexible shaft units others use. However, the chuck is full-sized, limiting use of this tool for tight spaces. Also, the first unit I got failed quickly, but GarretWade replaced it promptly with no questions. The replacement unit has been operating for two years of moderate use without problems.
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