• Length: 2.36"
Milwaukee 48-32-4502 Includes:
• (1) Shockwave Compact Magnetic Bit Tip Holder
Milwaukee 48-32-4502 Features:
• 2-piece construction withstands abuse in impact applications
• Proprietary steel and heat treat process for maximum strength and durability
• Strong magnetic tip for secure grip
The Shockwave Impact Duty accessory line is not only ideal for heavy duty impact applications, but delivers a full system solution for all the user's drilling and fastening needs.
So frustrating. T15 bit stuck in extension arm. Tried putting in the freezer. Tried WD40. Skip this one friends.
Just bought my first impact driver and I’m in love. Milwaukee killed it. I also bought a bit kit with it and the first thing I do is try out the extension and it gets stuck..... with quality products, comes right tolerances. Some may argue they’re too tight, but I’d say they still did well. FREEZE THE ASSEMBLY. Put that extension and bit on ice for literally 5 minutes, and the bit comes right out. Well done Milwaukee!
Purchased a brand new 45 piece Shockwave bit set to go with the new impact driver I received for Christmas. Got it home and tried a couple bits in the short and long extensions and now...... BOTH are stuck. Tried both piers and channel locks and couldn’t remove at all. I read the Milwaukee advice to bench chuck and use some WD-40 and pliers, but why should I need to do that? There has been ZERO torque applied to these bits. If certain bits are not meant to be used in the extensions, tell the consumer. There is virtually zero information that I can find about how or why this would happen and nothing in the package either. I’m a big believer in Milwaukee and these bits seem very-well made, was really looking forward to adding them to the tool box, but back to the store they go. Only 1 star because apparently, the extensions can only be used once. So disappointing.
Like all the other reviewers who complained about being unable to remove the bit from the holder, I had the same problem and it was a 22 PC set that I had for years unopened until today when I wanted to use my Impact Driver. I discovered that because of the magnet the bit requires a pair of pliers to pull it out and it worked. It may be a pain for some but as was pointed out, you don't end up with your bit popping out at the end of the job and that is some magnetic strength. So glad I did not write it off after reading the first couple of reviews. I think that in time with regular use, you wont need a lot of pull to pop the bit out of the holder.