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I NEED A PART FOR MY INGERSOLL RAND IMPACT WRENCH . IT IS THE LITTLE HOLDER ON THE END OF THE DRIVE THAT HOLDS THE SOCKET ON. IR MODEL NUMBER 1702P I CAN'T FIND A SUPPLIER THAT HAS AN EXPLODED VIEW OF THE PART AND/OR PART NUMBER.

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You will probably have to get it from a company service group for the product.

USUALLY this part is just a circle of spring wire. You might be able to either get some spring wire, often refered to as "Music Wire" and make your own OR you often can buy regular springs from hardware stores and with a grinder cut a coil from the spring and form it slighlty to fit.

The circle of spring fits fairly loose so the sockets have to be pushed over it with a little force.

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