Milwaukee 49-22-8510 Right Angle Drill Attachment

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Milwaukee 49-22-8510 Specifications:
•  Head Height: 2"
•  Length: 6-1/4"
•  Maximum Speed: 1750 RPM

Milwaukee 49-22-8510 Includes:
•  Right Angle Attachment

Milwaukee 49-22-8510 Features:
•  Ideal for cordless 2.4V - 18V drills for portability and weight
•  1/4" Magnetic hex drive socket works with a wide array of bits and accessories from most manufacturers
•  Compact size makes maneuvering easy and storage even easier by fitting into tool pouches, boxes or pockets
•  Durable and built to last with an all-metal housing, steel gears and ball bearing construction
•  Drives screws up to #8 x 3" in size
•  Fits all chucks that are 1/4" or larger
•  Quick change chuck ensures bits stay in and that changing them is a simple job
•  The side handle can sit in positions between 0 and 90 degrees to be there when you need it and be out of the way when you are in tight spaces

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

My husband loves this for small spaces!

Stupid Milwaukee - No manual on website!

Great tool and well built. While paper instructions came with the tool, I wanted to download them to save on my computer. Stupid Milwaukee. Can't even post the .pdf of the 1-page instruction sheet on their website anywhere... Not even under manuals. I would have given 5-stars, but took one off for careleff online product support.

I love this right angle attachment

Like most any thing you buy today you get what you pay for. I'm my work truck I say it about 95% filled with Milwaukee tools!
I got this right angle attachment a year ago and it has been just the best one I ever had ever!

Dan the plumber
Heavy Duty, but had problems

I have had all the light duty option out there. This by far is the best one that you can buy. I have been using it for tight spots screwing & drilling. However, the quick change chuck came completely out of the tool. I put it back in and used it a few more times. Then the same thing happened, got annoying that I couldn't finish the job I was doing. After a half dozen times of this happening, it wouldn't go back in, useless. I had to buy a new replacement. Let down because Im a huge Milwauke tool user/buyer/supporter

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