54 Bit Driver Kit

$24.95

Product code: IF145-022

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54 Bit Driver Kit

$24.95

Product code: IF145-022

Product Overview

The key to getting inside modern hardware.

  • The comprehensive standard in precision screwdriver bit sets, features 54 carefully selected bits—chosen with data collected from our thousands of free repair guides.
  • This kit forms the base of our popular Pro Tech Toolkit, the industry standard for computer repair technicians and businesses.
  • Available in an elegant and rugged magnetically-sealed wooden case.

If you're looking for replacement or legacy bits, or you just want larger and even more rare bits, be sure to also take a look at iFixit's 64 Bit Driver Kit and 4mm Screwdriver Bits.

Kit Contents:

  • 4 mm Aluminum Driver - featuring a magnetic socket, rubber grips, and a ball-bearing swivel top
  • Flexible Shaft Extension - snake into hard to reach places
  • 60 mm Shaft Extension - doubles as a T-handle for extra torque
  • 1/4" Adapter - use this kit's 4 mm bits in standard 1/4" drivers
  • 54 bits in the following sizes:
    • Pentalobe sizes 2, 5, 6 (iPhone, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro)
    • Flathead sizes 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4 mm
    • Phillips sizes #000, #00, #0, #1, #2
    • JIS sizes 000, 00, 0, 1
    • Torx sizes T3, T4, T5
    • Torx Security TR6, TR7, TR8, TR9, TR10, TR15, TR20 (compatible with non-security)
    • Hex sizes 0.7, 0.9, 1.3, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 6 mm
    • Square sizes #0, #1, #2
    • Triangle size 3 mm
    • Tri-point sizes #0, #1
    • Nut Driver sizes 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 5 mm
    • SIM Eject size 0.8 mm
    • Magnetic Pickup size 4 mm

Product Details

$24.95

 

Condition:

New

$59.95 Wooden Case

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Dimensions: 7-7/8" x 4-9/32" x 1-1/2", 200mm x 109mm x 38mm

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Product Details

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This is the set that spawned the repair revolution. We have honed its contents to be both your everyday driver set and your go-to resource for all the security bits needed to open consumer electronics.

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Each bit resides in a removable soft plastic block with five friends. The driver body is machined from a single piece of aluminum, with a ball bearing mounted swivel top. The flexible shaft is great for stereo work or other large electronics where all the screws aren’t on the surface. The drive adapter lets you use these specialty bits with any standard ¼” driver handle or most power tools.

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When it comes to precision bit sets, there is no better kit. If you want something that looks as elegant as it performs, look no further than the wooden case for the 54 Bit Driver Kit. This case is emblazoned with the Fixers Fist, reminding all the world that we have the right to open our electronics. We believe that repair is noble, and so should you.

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Bits Included: ¶ 

  • Pentalobe sizes 2, 5, 6 (iPhone, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro)
  • Flathead sizes 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4 mm
  • Phillips sizes #000, #00, #0, #1, #2
  • JIS sizes 000, 00, 0, 1
  • Torx sizes T3, T4, T5
  • Torx Security TR6, TR7, TR8, TR9, TR10, TR15, TR20 (compatible with non-security)
  • Hex sizes 0.7, 0.9, 1.3, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 6 mm
  • Square sizes #0, #1, #2
  • Triangle size 3 mm
  • Tri-wing sizes #0, #1
  • Nut Driver sizes 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 5 mm
 

Stories

My Problem

I noticed a while back that the MagSafe connector was getting really hot, hot enough that it fried the two outermost terminals in the DC-In Board's port. I could only charge it when it was off or sleeping - the MagSafe connector would overheat any time I used the computer while charging. I took it to the Genius Bar and was told there was no problem, that it was my fault for not keeping the MagSafe connector and port clean (could be true despite my efforts to do so). They didn't suggest repairing the burnt out DC-In Board, which surprised me. So I looked into making the repair myself, and found iFixit. I bought a tool kit (54 Bit Driver Kit) and a used DC-In Board from iFixit. I followed iFixit's guide and made the repair and now my MacBook Pro's functionality has been restored. The MagSafe connector stays relatively cool during use when charging.

My Fix

The repair went fine. I worked slowly and carefully, using magnification so I could see more clearly, and took the time to clean dust off the fan and logic board while I had it all apart using a soft brush and hand blower. It took me about 3 hours to complete the job. I'm sure it would go faster if I had to do it again.

My Advice

Make a drawing of the fan and logic board showing where all the screws go and place each screw in its spot on the drawing once removed. That way all the screws go back into their original positions with no guess work. Be sure to look at the suggestions other users have posted to the guide. Some of them were helpful to me when I got "stuck" a couple times. One thing I suggest during assembly is to start all the screws that hold the logic board in place before torquing them down. That way you can nudge the board around a little to ease the process of getting all the screws to line up with their holes. Another thing I did was clean off any smudges or prints left by my fingers using a cotton swab wetted (not soaked) with alcohol, so everything went back together as clean as it was when I opened the computer up.

My Problem

Dead iMac battery! I inherited an iMac with still plenty of life in it, but a failing battery.

My Fix

Super easy! Took me 5 minutes to replace with the right tool! Thanks for the great toolkit! :)

My Advice

There are two different size screws on the iMac body -- it helps to keep track of which go where. I also used the open iMac opportunity to gently vacuum out some accumulated crud inside. (It's amazing how much dust and fuzz can get in there!)

My Problem

It was not a fix, but more a need. I recently purchance a nice spyderco ukpk knife and wanted to switch the scales on it for a custom set. So I needed a small torx bit set to desasemble it. And I was all ready eyeballing this kit for a long time. So this was the perfect time to buy this super nice kit.

My Fix

The torx was dead on didnt strip the screws everything went well.

My Advice

Well built kit, love it.

My Problem

my mom has been wanting to upgrade her aspire 5100 memory ram cause its so freakin slow! it has only, 1gb of ram, she thought of buying a new laptop but i prefer buying a new memory ram, so i bought your tools.

My Fix

it was an easy repair job, but it took me longer to close it because it has 9 clips (idk what you call those) around the backplate.

My Advice

the video guide wasnt mention that you needed a spatula, i use a putty knife spatula (i use the HYDE kinds) to close the backplate. thats the only reason why it took me longer to close it, but this tools doesnt carry it.

My Problem

I was having trouble with my iphone 4s and the wifi grey button, i decided to buy the things to fix it.

My Fix

Well the repair went better than expected, with the propper tools all go fine.

My Advice

Don't be afraid to repair things by yourself, just be patient and do research about what you are going to do.

My Problem

I wanted to test out my new driver kit, so I reached for the closest thing with screws in it. It just happened to be an old western digital hard drive.

My Fix

It went well. Some of the screws were in there pretty tight. But the driver kit got it done.

My Advice

If you plan to open a hard drive, make sure it's one you don't need anymore. It may not work after you're done. Mine was already dead so I just went for it. For science.

My Problem

4 GB was too slow. I needed 8 GB

My Fix

I am thrilled by my iFixit kit! The repair took me 5 minutes with the right tools.

My Advice

My precious! I won't share my precious tool kit with others to mess around with it and loose any parts. I will only share the link so they can buy a kit for themselves!

My Problem

Had to change the battery in my 5 year old MacBook Pro 15"

My Fix

The service and delivery speed was top notch!

Installed the new battery I got from Ifixit.

What bothers me is that the new battery is not as good as I expected.

It drains fairly quickly, almost the same speed as the old one.

The situation is somewhat getting better.

My Advice

Is this normal? Did I do something wrong when charging for the first time, etc. etc... Or are those batteries just some second grade product?

My Problem

Battery 6+years old, finally required a nonstop plug in charge. Basically, a desktop laptop. Slow and lots of beach balls was a normal function.

My Fix

So, I scouted this iFixit site and logged it for later. After reading many reviews. I was sold on the battery for sure. The information was spot on. Many review's expressed similar issues. The how to video's are totally awesome, and very direct. No time consuming yabba dabba do's and dont's. Just straight ahead, here is how to make it happen. Thanks iFixit!!!

After ordering Mid '09 MBP battery and two 2GB Ram cards and the tool kit, I decided to replace the battery in my 4GS iPhone too. I actually orded the liberation kit. I ordered everything on Saturday, and it was ready for pick up, on Wednesday. Awesome shipping. Installed the MBP battery and RAM cards in thirty minutes. Charged it overnight, and my Mac is back with El Cap. The iPhone 4GS battery was a very easy replacement too. The factory adhesive is very sticky and strong. Just take your time. The ground terminal comes loose, and needs to be installed back where it lives, after installing the new battery. Once again, take your time, and all can go well!! iFixit Rocks!!

My Advice

If anything, the 000 Phillips is a better fit than 00. Have a magnifying glass handy. Other than the tiny atmosphere of tinyness, and plenty of clean work area, it is just a smooth operation. iFixit makes it simple and fast.

My Problem

The mini wasn't broken, but the stock hard drive was of the slow 5400 rpm variety, which made the computer itself very slow when running OS X 10.11. So I wanted to find out if I could replace its hard drive with a speedier SSD, and ifixit had the tools and instructions I needed.

My Fix

The repair went fine. The step-by-step instructions were complete and accurate. They took all the guesswork out of how to disassemble the unit to get to the drive bay. There was a little bit of work getting the new SSD to sit in the mount, but that's down to Apple not making it easy. Other than that, it was pretty straightforward. I swapped the drives, put the mini back together, turned it on and cloned the old drive to the new. The drive swap took about 30 minutes, and the cloning took about six hours.

My Advice

I might add one more step at the very end of the drive replacement instructions that shows removing the SATA adapter from the drive itself, which is needed for connecting the new SSD. But I knew about this detail from swapping out laptop drives in older PowerBooks, so that wasn't a mystery for me. Someone doing this task the first time might not know about this detail.