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Hi all, I'm new to this forum and hope someone could help me with this question - I've a demo breaker that has 30mm hex chuck, and I need to buy a clay spade for it. Would like to buy 2nd hand on ebay - and I can see a few 28mm, 1-1/8 sizes. I'm not sure if these can be used in 30mm chuck securely?

Would appreciate help on this.

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What breaker is it ? my Rockwell is the same as the titan and many others and takes 30mm Kango bits

1-1/8 = 28mm (actual is 28.57mm)
1-1/4 = 30mm (actual is 31.75mm)


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flash22 wrote:
What breaker is it ? my Rockwell is the same as the titan and many others and takes 30mm Kango bits

1-1/8 = 28mm (actual is 28.57mm)
1-1/4 = 30mm (actual is 31.75mm)


Hi, my breaker is Makita HM1317C - 30mm hex chuck.

by the look of the actual mm sizes you kindly posted - I don't think sticking 28mm steel in a 30mm chuck is a good idea - a gap of over 3mm means dust/debris can get into the chuck...

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