Question about Hilti TE 7-C 120V Rotary Hammer Drill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The TE 17 is at least 29 years old. It will do up to an inch. However there are no parts available for this tool. Also be carefull if it has a black fill cap on top of the gear housing then it does not have a safety clutch. If it has a red one then it does have a clutch.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Hi. open the chuck to the max. inside the chuck you will see a screw. remove it. put the drill in reverse. hold the chuck. a vice may be needed. pull the trigger. this may work, however in my experience, they are very tricky to get off. I have never had a faulty chuck but have had many faulty gearboxes. i have had to buy ney chuck to fit with the new gearboxes because i couldn't get the good chuck of the damaged gear box. good luck.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Manual for Hilti Te2 is here.
Per Page 11, "Pull the chuck release ring towards the front and remove
the chuck completely. When fitting the chuck, pull the
release ring towards the front and hold it in this position.
Push the chuck onto the guide tube as far as it will
go and release the ring. Rotate the chuck until it engages
and the ring snaps back into its original position |3|. The
TE-C interchangeable chuck or quick-release interchangeable
chuck may be tited to the TE 2-M with chuck
If this helps, please vote. Thanks!
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
SOURCE: te70 hilti hammer drill
The TE-70 is permantly lubricated. You would only add lubricant if you took the tool apart. You can add a small amount of grease to the end of your bit occasionally before putting in the chuck. This keeps the chuck parts lubed.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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