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Promoted 04-03-2016 by Randy71 at 10:10 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 30" Stanley FatMax Xtreme 55-120 FuBar III 4-in-1 Utility Bar on sale for $66.25. Shipping is free. Thanks elsporko321

Note, will ship in 1 to 3 months

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Edited April 2, 2016 at 07:14 PM by Shorted
I wanted to post this in case anyone else was waiting for the price on the ultimate destruction tool to come down. I've had a camelx3 reminder set for this for a couple months now and it just finally went down again. Not the lowest it's ever been by a few bucks, but about $10 cheaper than usual. No coupons needed.

http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Fat...ge_o00_s00
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Review by a firefighter including comparisons to Halligan, etc.: http://www.firefighternation.com/...entry-tool
Manufacturer product description, model 55-120, "one piece forged steel": http://www.stanleytools.com/en-us...bar/55-120

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It's not for wimps. You have to be able to lift it.
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because most SD'ers weld
I didn't know this existed before but now I want it.
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I didn't know this existed before but now I want it.
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Highly useless. Incredible gimmick.
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Great tool for getting chased off the construction site but you will get the last laugh when the next Zombie Apocalypse strikes......

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Highly useless. Incredible gimmick.
It's not for wimps. You have to be able to lift it.
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Very good reviews

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never tried one but price still too high for me. i have a couple burke bars and although anything heavy and or long and stiff(no annoying jokes please) will find some utility on the jobsite i'm not convinced about all the weight being at the head of this. it seems like it would takemore effort to demo with the pry end, like prying up floors.

i'd love to hear from anyone who uses these though about tasks they work well for
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Quote from SkyeC View Post :
never tried one but price still too high for me. i have a couple burke bars and although anything heavy and or long and stiff(no annoying jokes please) will find some utility on the jobsite i'm not convinced about all the weight being at the head of this. it seems like it would takemore effort to demo with the pry end, like prying up floors.

i'd love to hear from anyone who uses these though about tasks they work well for
has excellent reviews on amazon. as a real estate investor and flipper i could not see the use for this. seems like something for a complete demo

last one on ebay sold for 88.00 cheapest for this size
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I always wondered why a bucking bull in the PBR was named "Stanley FatMax". Now I know.
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#12
I don't have $66 to blow but this looks like one BAMF demo tool.
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looks similar to a firefighter tool called the Haligan. makes breaking anything very easy!
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wouldn't a 8lb splitting maul do just as much damage for about $25?
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looks similar to a firefighter tool called the Haligan. makes breaking anything very easy!
I've seen people carry these, mainly when they first were produced.

But I haven't seen anyone carry one of these in years.
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