Question about Skil Drills
Have a Skil 717 hammer drill. Can't find the type of bit to fit. Need a 3/4" concrete bit to fit.
There are basically only 4 styles of drill shanks for hammer drills. They are:
I believe that you Skil (Bosch) Hammer Drill can use either the staright shank (shaft) or the SDS style of concrete bits. Here's a link that shows a 3/4" bit that should work in your drill.
If you have a standard Jacobs style chuck, you can likely use almost any style bit as the chuck design will allow you to tighten any of them in it.
If you want a longer bit or antother size, you can typically find them at most hardware or big box stores.
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