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Milwaukee 6742-20 Heavy Duty Standard Straight Corded Screwdriver, 120 VAC, 6.5 A, 0.9 hp

SKU: 164874
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About the Milwaukee 6742-20

The Milwaukee 6742-20 model Drywall Screwdriver is a part of the Screwdriver Series. This screwdriver is made to drive drywall screws as fast as your arm can move, and have all the control you need for framing with the smooth-activating, trigger speed control. It also gives you a 10' 2-wire rubber cord, and comes with a belt clip.It has a 6.5 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 0 - 4,000 RPM.

Product Details

Product: Power Tools
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 6742-20
Shipping Dimensions 9.8" x 3.1" x 13.2"
Weight 4.04 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Heavy Duty, Standard, Straight
  • Voltage Rating:120 VAC
  • Amperage Rating:6.5 A
  • Power Rating:0.9 hp
  • Frequency Rating:60 Hz
  • Chuck Type:Hexagonal
  • Chuck Size:1/4 in
  • No Load Speed:0 - 4000 rpm
  • Clutch Style:Quiet Snap-Action
  • Housing Finish Color:Red
  • Handle Style:Ergonomic Tactile/Soft Grip/Pistol Grip
  • Includes:Belt Clip, NO 2 Drywall Bit Tip, Magnetic Bit Tip Holder, Drywall Locator Assembly
  • Standards:UL Listed
  • Special :Trigger Lock, Double Insulated, 1/4 in Hex Drive, 59/64 in Spindle Offset, Trigger Switch
  • Usage:For Drywall, Deck Construction
  • Powerful 6.5 A motor: Delivers up to 4000 rpm with variable-speed control
  • Ramp-off depth locator: Provides easy, no-slip depth adjustments
  • Ergonomic grip and two-finger trigger: Optimize user comfort and balance
  • 10 ft 2-wire fixed rubber cord: Durable construction for longer tool life
  • All Metal Gear Case and Diaphragm
  • Removable Belt Clip With Integral Bit Storage
  • New switch with two-finger trigger


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

outstandind Rated 5 by Anonymous
outstanding,it finds the studs by it's self:)
Originally posted on Jun/2013

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