This is a ProTek R/C "TruTorque" Power Tool Tip Set, with 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 7/64” tips. No one wants to spend money on low quality tools. Tools are an investment that should not be taken lightly and are one of the few items that should outlast the life of the model you are working on...and remain with you for years after. With so many choices available, the decision can be overwhelming. So ProTek R/C has stepped up again, expanding its product line with a complete range of affordable, high quality tools that help to make the decision a little easier.
Anyone who has used a cordless drill to wrench on their rig knows that when used properly, power tools can provide an incredible advantage. They not only allow you to replace damaged parts faster, but also help to prevent hand fatigue. ProTek R/C "TruTorque" Power Tool Tips are machined from high quality HSS steel for durability and long life. The precision cut tips provide an exceptional fit with the fastener. The 1/4" drive hex ends are designed to fit tools that accept a 1/4" drive hex socket.
When it comes to high quality products that are backed by incredible customer support, ProTek R/C has you covered with the products you need to keep your rig ready for action, no matter what.
- High Quality HSS steel tips
- Standard 1/4" drive for compatibility with common power tools
- Size is marked on the tip for identification
Total Length: 85mm
Tip Length: 54mm
Material: HSS Steel
- (1) 1/16" 1/4" Drive Power Tool Tip
- (1) 5/64" 1/4" Drive Power Tool Tip
- (1) 3/32" 1/4" Drive Power Tool Tip
- (1) 7/64" 1/4" Drive Power Tool Tip
ProTek R/C is an AMain Sports & Hobbies brand
This product was added to our catalog on September 20, 2012
While not quite as strong as MIP, these TruTorque 2.0 Tips are a very close 2nd place and will last just as long as MIP in 95% of cases, and are even made from similar steel. Ive even used these tips in a Milwaukee M18 (18V) Fuel Gen 3.5 1/4-in Impact Driver and not stripped them out. This makes them a far better value than MIP with a much higher performance-to-cost ratio.
At this point they are finally showing a bit of wear but are still working without slipping. The shafts are no longer perfectly straight either, but again they work fine. To be honest, I have abused them quite badly.
Ive used them as pry bars to pull things off, sometimes with so much force I was scared I was going to snap them. Using them in an 18V Brushless Impact wasn't the best idea either. But this just shows me that they are worth the money. So I say try them, I am sure you won't be disappointed especially considering the cost VS MIP.