Question about Dewalt 18v Battery Hammer Drill Dcd950 Dc925
They refer to the relative tightness of the adjustable built in clutch. The lower the number, the less torque is applied before the clutch starts to slip. At the drill image on the ring, there is no slippage.
Why would you want such a thing??? Well because you don't want to strip a screw yo are installing or possibly break it. Whether you are putting small screws into soft wood or you are installing "TapCons" in concrete, this is a very good feature to have on your DeWalt or other fine battery powered device.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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