Hey all. Thought one of you might know out there. Before anyone writes
back with DAG that's where I staarted. I'm just expanding my search.
Yesterday at the shop we (can't say the boss) broke the tip on the
screwdriver. Looking to find a replacement tip.The driver in question is a
Stanley no. 131a.
I think we covered this last week. But, 'cause I've been wrong
before, Highland has them, Fischers has them. most good hardware
stores have them. Antique shops and flea markets have them as do
yard and estate sales. Kinda depends on where you are
geographically. They aren't hard to find.
Dave in Fairfax
reply-to doesn't work
daveldr at att dot net
We (McFeely's) carry a variety of mag bit holders for Yankee screw drivers,
so you can replace the bit when it wears out. The part number for the 131 is
YH-2431 (see http://store.yahoo.com/squaredrive/yh-2431.html for details).
Jim Ray, President
McFeely's Square Drive Screws
When I was looking for them, I accidentally found them, now it seems every
one has them. :-) Its such a low cost item, I'm sure stores can't spend a
lot in advertising. Are they in the new McFeelys catalog? I might have
missed them, but I don't recall seeing them.
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