Changing out worn sub-savers and drive chucks is an inexpensive and easy way to help get the maximum life out of your drill rod. If they are allowed to wear too much, then the drill rod thread will start to deform to the shape of the worn sub-saver threads. When attaching the drill rod to the sub-saver or chuck, be sure to torque it up to the correct pressure.
- 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 for sub-savers
Pro Driller Tip: Don’t forget the Auntie C’s thread lube!
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When you’re deep in an HDD job, you need tools you can count on. Our expert team of engineers has bored through every type of soil, sand and rock there is. When stock Vermeer and Ditch Witch tools just couldn’t cut it, we went ahead and designed our own.
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