Doug - I got a replacement set from Sears, but I guess it was a while
ago. Their version of the Yankee push drill is Craftsman 94221, but I
don't see it online at Sears dot com.
A search revealed
which considers it "vintage". I didn't think I was old enough to have
purchased vintage tools new in the store. A good Sears employee may be
able to find a part number if it hasn't been too long that it is purged
from the computers. The other option might be an old Craftsman tool
catalog if anyone has one around.
I too find the drill handy for occasional use, but expect the cordless
drill killed the market.
old dirtbeard wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I know it is seems anachronistic/luditish, but I still use a Stanley push
> drill (03-049) and broke my last 3/32" bit. It appears that it now is an
> "antique" and googling for replacement bits has not productive other than on
> Do any of you know where I could buy bits for it? I love it for pilot holes,
> working on ladders, hanging stuff, etc. I could go the eBay route, but was
> hoping to find something local.
> I was up on the roof today mounting a sending unit for a weather station for
> my sprinkler controls and broke my last bit.
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