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Re: [Shop-talk] bits for a Stanley push drill

To: old dirtbeard <>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] bits for a Stanley push drill
From: Brian Kemp <>
Date: Sun, 09 May 2010 20:55:27 -0700
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.

Related -

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
> eBay:
> H_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item53e136baea
> 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.
> best,
> doug
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