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Thread: Drill bits

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2012


    I really like Vermont American bits. They cut very fast and hold an edge well.

  2. #12

    Default Drill bits

    I use Walter SST bits they are a bit pricey but when drilling lots of holes with a hand drill on site I want them to be good and cut fast but HANG ON!!!

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Aug 2013


    Those trailer decks can be a PITA! They are often high tensile steel. I ended up using the gold coated bits from McMaster Carr as well. I think I used 7/32.......anyways.....with a smaller bit keep your speed up.......don't stop on the way through.....they will snap right off.......
    Quote Originally Posted by Kpack View Post
    I use Irwin high speed bits. There the cheapest but work the best for me in alum and steel. We get them at a old local lumber yard there silver colored. I've try all the high dollar ones not no more. They resharpen good too. One of the few cheap products that work.

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