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#11968 - 07/27/02 12:44 PM Boom Drill?
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I am in search of a boom drill that has an extension shaft and angled chuck that allows drilling through floor joist while standing on the ground.

I have had no luck in my own search so I figured one of you guys might know where I could get some info. Thanks.

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#11969 - 07/27/02 03:34 PM Re: Boom Drill?
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Are you talking about the Milwaukee 30" extension with 33 degree angled head? It connects to a Milwaukee D-handle drill and is designed to do exactly what you suggest.
http://www.mytoolstore.com/milwauke/3102-6.html

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#11970 - 07/27/02 04:58 PM Re: Boom Drill?
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Thanks Curt, that's what I was looking for.

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