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I need to know what carbide Masonry drill bits are available for the Hilti TE-6s and where I can buy them

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Any SDS+ drill bits from 4mm To 25mm

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Any SDS Plus or SDS drill bit will fit. Available at Home Depot, SEARS.

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I could find nothing on their website so I would suggest calling them direct at 1-800-879-8000 and talking to one of their service specialists, if they are available they would also be able to tell where you can find them close.

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I have an old hilti, model: te 12 s. it wont drill. when i press the botten it only hammers. i have tryed to open the machine but i can not find the problem.


IT could be one of two problems. 1 The Rollers are missing out of the chuck so that it is not turning the bit. 2 the clutch is worn out causing the gears to slip. The problem is there are no longer parts available for the 12S. You would have to find them on Ebay or some place like that.

If the bit seems to lock into the chuck then it is not the rollers. It is more than likely the clutch.

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Will the bits from the te-c3x fit my te-17


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