Reddit Reddit reviews IRWIN Screw Extractor for Spiral Screws, 5-Piece (53535)

We found 18 Reddit comments about IRWIN Screw Extractor for Spiral Screws, 5-Piece (53535). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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IRWIN Screw Extractor for Spiral Screws, 5-Piece (53535)
Designed to remove broken studs, bolts, socket screws and fittingsAggressive left hand spiral design for extra gripping powerSpiral flutes are designed to embed themselves deeper into the metal as you turn the tool, so as the fastener resistance increases, the extractor's grip increasesExtractor size and recommended drill bit size are etched on each tool
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18 Reddit comments about IRWIN Screw Extractor for Spiral Screws, 5-Piece (53535):

u/Darkside_1994 · 4 pointsr/ak47

I would try an EZ out or similar

u/nocturnal_not_turtle · 4 pointsr/bikewrench
u/eszZissou · 4 pointsr/MPSelectMiniOwners

Irwin Industrial Tools 53535 Spiral Screw Extractor Set, 5-Piece

Get an extractor set and a tap handle and get it out.

u/blueindian1328 · 3 pointsr/howto

Irwin Industrial Tools 53535 Spiral Screw Extractor Set, 5Piece

Ez outs would probably work. Just go slow and keep it straight against the screw head. They are extremely hard but also brittle at the same time. You could break off the EZ out. Your local hardware store should have plenty of options and you might be able to just buy one small EZ out that will fit that screw.

u/p3t3r133 · 2 pointsr/woodworking

Is it a hex head bolt, screw head or socket cap screw?

If its a hex head they sell these to remove them

If its a socket head or screw you can use these they are reverse tapped drill bits you drill into the old bolt until it gets a grip and then starts to loosen.

Or if you have the room around it, score it with a dremil/oscillating tool/grinder and use a flat head to unscrew it.

u/rage-fest · 2 pointsr/bikewrench also known as a broken bolt extractor now apparently.

u/talkingtunataco501 · 2 pointsr/nfl
u/eth0up · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I ran into a similar issue a couple weeks ago when I finally replaced the stock nozzle on my Maker Select V2 (RAMPS).

I ordered a spiral extractor set via Prime (, but that wouldn't show up for two more days.

To fix it same day, I was able to wedge a small flathead screwdriver inside of the broken nozzle piece and unscrew it from the block that way.

u/P3DERSEN · 1 pointr/vancouver

Irwin Industrial Tools 53535 Spiral Screw Extractor Set, 5-Piece

u/ZombieGrot · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

A screw extractor may work. If you go that route, use a tap wrench (or similar) and not a power tool. The extractor bits are hardened and will snap if they're mishandled.

u/grunthos503 · 1 pointr/Tools

> Now trying to drill out chuck holder screw but it’s simply dishing the screw head

Try a harder drill bit like cobalt.

Then blast it it with a heat gun in there, to get everything to expand. Yes the screw will expand too, but when it cools down it can break up some of the friction on the threads.

Then soak it with some penetrating oil (Kroil, Liquid Wrench). Then a screw extractor in the hole you drilled should be able to do the trick.

May have trouble keeping the motor shaft from turning; might have to remove the motor from the drill body and hold the shaft in a vise. Don't chew up the shaft with the vise jaws; maybe hold the commutator in wood jaws.

That's all I can think of!

u/mahck · 1 pointr/buildapc

I'm not sure if they come that small for what you've got but you can buy screw extractors that are basically a drill bit with a reverse thread. The idea is as you drill into the broken shaft of the screw they "bite" but because you are turning counter clockwise they cause the screw to spin and it backs itself out.

u/notworthteheffort · 1 pointr/buildapc

Screw extractor

Also, check the quality of your screwdriver head and verify it's the proper size for future use. If the head looks chewed up buy a new one and save it as a PC stuffs screwdriver.

u/GunGeek369 · 1 pointr/CR10

You need to run down and get a set of eazy outs, I dont know what size exactly the tip needs to fit into the nozzle a little bit. Something like this

Follow the instructions on the tool for extraction of the screw

But BEFORE you try to take it out, you need to heat up the nozzle to at LEAST 235-240. Then try to remove, following the instructions