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    Got a power driver for my allens, but what allens do I buy?

    I got tired of spinning the allens so I got a power driver with an adj clutch...but I cant seem to find any allen wrench drivers metric 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0? anyone got any ideas?
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    Pro-2 SCB 2xSuperMaxx Revo-E SCT410

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    +1 Ofna's are good, I also use Snap-on bits. The fit is very precise in the hex screws....

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    i have a set of hudy ones it comes with three hexs and two philips and i have a set of team intengy it comes with five or six hexs and two handles i think i got them at either a main hobbies or rc planet.
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    My Integy set can be removed from their handles and would fit nicely in a drill. They have a flat for the grub screws that would work great!
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    I use Hudy power tool hex drivers. Got 'em from Amain. A bit pricey but work great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wolf View Post
    I use Hudy power tool hex drivers. Got 'em from Amain. A bit pricey but work great.
    For the price, I hope they're top notch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastus View Post
    +1 Ofna's are good, I also use Snap-on bits. The fit is very precise in the hex screws....
    do you have a snap on part number, im having trouble finding them
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    Team Associated also makes hex and nut drivers with a 1/4" shank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Restlessrustler View Post
    do you have a snap on part number, im having trouble finding them
    SDMM2702B 2mm (smallest they have)
    SDMM2702.5B 2.5mm
    SDMM2703B 3mm

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