Items that are below 140 lbs and which meet certain size and packaging constraints qualify for free ground shipping. Promotion valid on combined order values over $199. Promotion does not apply to freight/truck-line or oversized items.
At The Power Tool Store we pride ourselves on offering you the best selection of tools, equipment and supplies in the industry at guaranteed low prices. From time to time we are not always able to see what the competition is doing. Our product is priced as low as possible. However, our prices won't be beat. If you see the exact item currently advertised for less (including the competitor's shipping and handling charges, taxes or any other hidden charges) we should be able to match that price. We reserve the right to verify current and net prices in these situations. See terms and conditions below. In the event of finding a lower price, use our Contact Us form and include the following information for verification: Your order number, date of purchase, product number of item as well as the competitor's website and price. We will review the information, issue credit (if applicable), and get back to you within two business days.
Terms and Conditions:
The seller must be an authorized retail dealer.
Product must be in stock and an identical item.
This policy does not apply to auction sites, closeouts, clearance sales, misprints, giveaways, special promotions or discount offers and may not be used in conjunction with any other The Power Tool Store offers or coupons.
This policy is only valid within 30 days after your purchase date.
Your refund will be issued in the same form as your original payment.
Milwaukee Tool has a full line of demolition steel accessories with a variety of shanks (SDS-Plus, SDS-Max, spline or round hex, 3/4 hex, and 1-1/8 collared hex with notch). The Milwaukee 48-62-4091 is a 9-3/4 in. SDS-Max demo ground rod driver. This demolition steel hammer accessory is ideally used with Milwaukee SDS-Max demolition hammer 5446-21 and 5339 – 21. made from forged high grade steel, this hammer iron is used by utility companies to bury grounding rods in the soil. Internal diameter of the ground rod driver and capacity of the hammer determine the size of ground rod able to be installed.