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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    I've tried them. Being that they try and be both magnetized and hollow they fall short of being effective at either IMO.
    Ahhh, good to know. I'll stick with my deep well non-mags then. I can just stick a small rare earth magnet in the side if I really need "sticky".

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    Look at the model numbers of the set. 647 is a long shaft, non-magnetic set. 647M is long shaft, magnetic. If all else fails, compare numbers with the Klein website. EBay is a great place to get lightly used Klein stuff as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random View Post
    Look at the model numbers of the set. 647 is a long shaft, non-magnetic set. 647M is long shaft, magnetic. If all else fails, compare numbers with the Klein website. EBay is a great place to get lightly used Klein stuff as well.
    Thank you.

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    I have both a set of Klein drivers magnetic and non-magnetic. I recommend you both, one is magnetic and non magnetic because these are the perfect tools for the job.

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