Milwaukee 48-32-2390 SHOCKWAVE Impact Right Angle Adapter


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Sale price$ 24.97 Regular price$ 32.60
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Description

INCLUDES:
• (1) Shockwave Right Angle Adapter
• (1) 1" PH2

FEATURES:
• Provides up to 30X life
• Hardened gears allow for increased torque transfer
• Features a magnet to retain bits
• Ergonomic rubber overmold for added comfort during use
• For use with 1/4" Hex Shank Accessories
• Designed for use in Impact Drivers and Drill Drivers



The Milwaukee® Shockwave™ Right Angle Adapter features an Internal Optimized Shockzone™ which absorbs peak torque and prevents breaking. The shanks is made from Custom Alloy76™ Steel which is engineered for extended life. The hardened gears provide increased torque transfer for added durability. With only a 1.4" Slim Profile, the adapter allows access into the tightest of spaced. The Shockwave(tm) Right Angle Adapter is designed for use in both Impact Drivers and Drill Drivers and works with all 1/4" Hex Shank accessories.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
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Da

Awesome little tool to keep in the toolbox

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utzzac
Works amazing

I got this to remove some screws from a wooden boat that nothing would fit in and this worked perfectly.

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Rickaustin
One of the most useful tools

This tool makes driving screws in tight spaces a breeze. Can’t believe how I went so long without something like this. Used it multiple time already. Helped with tight spaces when building built-in cabinets and in wall cavities where normal I would have to use stubby screwdriver

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WizFL
Very useful accessory

Although it may not be as thin as an open ended wrench, it is still very useful. It doesn’t vibrate or twist on me and feels well made. This is perfect for those semi tight-fit spaces in my engine bay where I need to get medium torque on a bolt.

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grman
Handy tool for tight spaces

This thing works awesome when you're trying to get into tight spaces with your impact tool. The low profile makes it so you can get anywhere but then still have leverage to get the screw in. Definitely something to keep in the toolbox.

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