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I'm not sure I can explain it well but it goes in your drill motor for drilling a hole in concrete for Tapcon screws then once the hole is drilled you simply slide the screwdriver adapter bit over the drill bit so you can use it to screw in the screw.

If that made any sense to you and you think you can point me in the right direction for purchasing one I'd appreciate it.

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Bryan, I looked at Tapcon.com and the show an installation kit sold by Lowes, Home Depot and others that may fill your needs.
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Thank you Richard, that got me on track. I couldn't find it at Lowes and the one at Home Depot doesn't come with
a case but I did order one from Amazon. Condrive 500.
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If you want just the bit it is called a masonry bit.

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Milwaukee makes one for SDS-Plus rotary drill/hammer

https://www.reynoldsonline.com/ASSET...07497_Spec.pdf

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Milwaukee makes one for SDS-Plus rotary drill/hammer

https://www.reynoldsonline.com/ASSET...07497_Spec.pdf
Thanks Nick.

The one I ordered has the adapter with a set screw so I can change out the drill bit and that's really more of what I want. That way I can take advantage of the drill bits that come with the package of Tapcon screws.
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The one I ordered has the adapter with a set screw so I can change out the drill bit and that's really more of what I want. That way I can take advantage of the drill bits that come with the package of Tapcon screws.
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There bit is nice bc it allows to not heep changing. For me I already had 5/16 nut drivers for drills and a 3/16" masonry bit for my sds drill was much cheaper than buying the fancy setup. I use a seperate impact for driving in tapconns anyway tend to have less strip out

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I'm not sure I can explain it well but it goes in your drill motor for drilling a hole in concrete for Tapcon screws then once the hole is drilled you simply slide the screwdriver adapter bit over the drill bit so you can use it to screw in the screw.

If that made any sense to you and you think you can point me in the right direction for purchasing one I'd appreciate it.

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it's called a ConDrive 1000...
use the Bosch drill bits...
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