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D24x40 S2 Subsaver
Changing out worn sub-savers is an inexpensive and easy way to get the maximum life out of your drill rod. If they are allowed to wear too much, a drill rod’s threads will start to deform to the shape of the worn sub-saver threads. When attaching the drill rod to the sub-saver, be sure to torque it up to the correct pressure.
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- Precision machined for maximum protection
- Most drive chucks are available with a replaceable, inexpensive sub-saver
- Completely heat-treated alloy for maximum durability
- CNC machined for a perfect match with your drill rod
- Glue kit available