Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Socket Adapters are engineered for extreme durability and up to 10x life. Broadly targeting cordless users, the Shockwave Impact Duty accessory line is not only ideal for heavy duty impact applications, but delivers a full system solution for all the user's drilling and fastening needs.
Proprietary steel and heat treat process for maximum strength and durability
Heavy duty construction for fastening capabilities in all impacts
Up to 10x life
In The Box
One (1) 1/2" Square x 1/4" Hex Shockwave™ Impact Adapter
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UPC / ISBN
3.87 x 2.87 x 1.1
Unopened Only, 30 Days
Bit Material: Alloy Steel
Bit Sizes: 1/2 SQ to 1/4 Hex
Drill Bit Type: Driver
Drive Design: Hex
Length (in): 1.75
MFG Model # (Series): 48-03-4410
Minimum Chuck Size Required: 1/2 in
Set / Individual: Individual
Shank Diameter: 1/2 in
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I got this to go with my Milwaukee 2663 impact driver. The 2663 has the friction ring tip. Once you get this attachment on over the ring it has a lot of movement. I was just testing it out and wanted to take it off. This proved to be very difficult. The piece tends to come off half way when then pops the opposite side back down. I was amazed I couldnt get it off. The only way to remove it was to put the adapter in a bench vise and yank the tool out. The issue is that the interior of this adapter should have been better designed so that it properly compresses the friction ring at all points when removing it. If there is not full contact all around the ring won't compress and that's when you get this problem of the thing coming off half way and snapping back down. Sockets pop on and off the friction ring with no problem. Now I will feel like I can only use this sparingly since I know how hard it is to equip.