Replacing a Drill Chuck

drillchuck Replacing a Drill Chuck
You love your trusty drill but the chuck’s worn out and the motor could use some maintenance. Why throw it out when you can just replace the chuck yourself as well as gain access to the motor for cleaning. Here’s a helpful guide for removing the chuck and gaining access to the gearbox or torque selector collar.

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