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12-15-2012 08:30 PM

Topic tags/keywords: black and decker automotive power tools history

Black & Decker in the ‘70s-’80s seemed to have assigned different model #s to the same power tools depending on whether they were sold for household use (usually 7000s) or industrial use (Heavy Duty, Extra Heavy Duty, Commercial Heavy Duty, Commercial Duty, Professional, Industrial Heavy Duty—although some tools in this category sometimes are cataloged in the 7000s)—thus, their automotive division is no exception to these rules.

Tools sold through their automotive division were assigned in the 6000s, but not all of them did (some of the Industrial division tool catalog numbers showed up in these lists)

HERE IS A COMPLETE LIST (HU=home use, H.D.=heavy duty; E.H.D.=extra heavy duty; I=industrial, CC=Car Care)
6001 1/4” Drill (HU: 7010, I: 1010)
6001D 1/4” Drill (HU: 7004, I: 1010D)
6002 1/4” Variable Speed Drill (HU: 7020, I: 1015)
6003 1/4” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7040, I: 1016)
6003D 1/4” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7054, 7056, I: 1016D)
6004 1/4” H.D. Variable Speed Drill (I: 1044)
6010 1/4” H.D. Holgun Drill (I: 1040)
6015 1/4” H.D. Shorty Drill (I: 1065)
6020 3/8” Reversible ScruDrill (I: 1574)
6021 3/8” Drill (HU: 7110, I: 1155)
6022 3/8” Variable Speed Drill (HU: 7120, I: 1161)
6022D 3/8” Variable Speed Drill (HU: 7114, I: 1161D)
6023 3/8” H.D. Variable Speed Reversing ScruDrill (I: 1575)
6024 3/8” H.D. Variable Speed Drill (I: 1177)
6026 3/8” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7140, I: 1162)
6026D 3/8” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7154, 7156, I: 1162D)
6031 3/8” H.D. Holgun Drill (I: 1174)
6041 1/2” Drill (HU: 7205, I: 1300)
6041D 1/2” Drill (HU: 7204, I: 1300D)
6042 1/2” Reversing Drill (HU: 7250, I: 1305)
6042-10 1/2” Reversing Spade Handle Drill (HU: 7264, I: 1305-10)
6043 1/2” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7240, I: 1302)
6043D 1/2” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7254, I: 1302D)
6044 1/2” Special Reversing Spade Handle Drill (HU: 7260, I: 1315)
6044-10 1/2” Special Reversing Spade Handle Drill (HU: 7274, I: 1315-10)
6046 1/2” Variable Speed Reversing Drill (HU: 7254)
6047 1/2” E.H.D. Spade Handle Drill (I: 1320)
6048 1/2” E.H.D. Reversing Spade Handle Drill (I: 1321)
6051 1/2” Variable Speed Reversing Spade Handle Drill (HU: 7264)
6101(-01) 7” Electric Sander
6102 7” H.D. Sander
6105, 6106 7” H.D. Sander
6114 1/3 Sheet Finishing Sander (HU: 7404, 7432)
6115 1/2 Sheet Dual Action Finishing Sander (HU: 7490, 7456)
6120 1/3 Sheet H.D. Finishing Sander (I: 4010 Type A, B)
6122 1/2 Sheet H.D. Finishing Sander (HU: 7440, 7465; I: 4015)
992/6126 Electric Polisher
6130 H.D. Polisher
6131 2-Speed H.D. Polisher
6135 5” Bench Grinder (HU: 7900)
6511 1/2” Drive Electric Impact Wrench (HU: 7940, 7945; I: 2211; CC: 9543)
6513-09 1/2” Drive Electric Impact Wrench (HU: 7943; I: 2214-09; CC: 9545)
6518 3/4” Drive Electric Impact Wrench (I: 2225)
6600 5-gal. Dry Vacuum Cleaner (HU: 7655)
6605 10-gal. Dry Vacuum Cleaner (HU: 7660)
6620 8-gal. Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner (HU: 7665)
6635 10-gal. Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner (HU: 5419)
6700 2-Speed Jig Saw (HU: 7517, 7535 for Type 1; 7514 for Type 2)
6700D 2-Speed Jig Saw (HU: 7514)
6702 Variable Speed Jig Saw (HU: 7524)
6725 7-1/4” Circular Saw (HU: 7310, I: 3009)

~Ben


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#1 posted 12-15-2012 08:33 PM

And I need this information why?

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#2 posted 12-15-2012 08:56 PM

For curiosity’s sake.

I’m trying to do this kind of list so as to let others know of the entire history of Black & Decker (and other manufacturers’) power tools by decade.

As usual, my sources for this information come from the various B&D catalogs that I have personally, and those from eBay auctions.

BTW, do you have any of the tools I’m mentioning (pictures, please, if so)? I do have a model 6015 Shorty drill with its original box.

~Ben

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