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Wondering if anyone has come up with a drill adapter for caddy Bridle rings with a wood screw tip for wood studs? Or a highly efficient way to install! I have 3000-4000 to install, lots of wrist action! Any ideas?:thumbsup:
 

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Weld a large nut driver in a piece of pipe. Cut a notch in the other end of the pipe. Chuck this rig into your drill or impact. Place ring in the notch and drill away.
 

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Get a 1/2 inch to 1/4 inch hex socket adapter and put it in your impact driver with the socket that fits the eye.
 

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Yep, made by caddy , wood srew to adapter to fit the size of screw
sprinker fitter use them all the time for there hangers

wondering if anyone has come up with a drill adapter for caddy bridle rings with a wood screw tip for wood studs? Or a highly efficient way to install! I have 3000-4000 to install, lots of wrist action! Any ideas?:thumbsup:
 

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If none of the above suggestions will work, take your part to a machine shop and have them custom make you one. If you have 3000-4000, then the $100 will be well spent.
 

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those may support the cable, but how the heck do you figure that the cable is secured ? I say violation
 

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I pretwist and then use wire nuts. Solder pots rule.
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Alligator socket about $15.
Or the hook adapter in the security bit kit.
 

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