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It depends what chuck (the part the drill bit goes into) on the old ones you had a chuck key that slots into the hole on the side and connects to the teeth to tighten the chuck around the bit, keyless chucks are tightened by hand instead of the key and the SDS have a collar that pulls down, you have to turn the bit so it then slots in then just release the collar to fix it in place good luck!!!

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