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Amazon.com has DeWALT Crimped 3" Wire Cup Brush (DW4920) on sale for $3.37. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks Steeve
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the DEWALT Wire Cup Brush, Crimped, 3-Inch (DW4920) for $3.37 + FS with Prime

QA Update: Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks.
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║ Lowest       │ 3.37   ║
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║ Current      │ 3.37   ║
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║ Highest      │ 15.54  ║
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║ Average 90d  │ 10.83  ║
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║ Average 180d │ 11.21  ║
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  • DEWALT DW4920 3-Inch by 5/8-Inch-11 Crimped Cup Brush/Carbon Steel .014-Inch
    4.3 out of 5 on 144 ratings
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Last Edited by Steeve October 21, 2019 at 11:16 PM
Attaches to an angle grinder

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Goes on an angle grinder
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crimped wire brushes are really bad unless they are used at very low RPM

it is better to get the twisted wire brush heads if you are using this on a 4 inch grinder

What happens is as the brush gets older the wire starts to get stress cracks near the head and then the wires detach... I have had wires shoot into my chest and into my fricken neck..

I always wear safety glasses and a full face shield when i use wire brushes now.

even the braided ones aren't perfect but when you are pulling a dozen wires out of your neck and chest and arm because all of a sudden the brush failed... and then you start thinking what if they hit you in the eyes.

PLEASE don't buy these things .. get a braided wire brush head if you need one.
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How does this connect to a drill or impact driver?
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Thanks Op. Ordered with no rush$1 digital credit.. I've bought so many random tool accessories thanks to all these deals that have been posted last couple days.
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Thanks OP. And where did you get that pricing graph from? Doesn't look like the 3camel graphic.
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Great deal....these are great for chipping away rust combined with a impact or drill driver. Also great for grill cleaning with solvent. Totally destroys gunk and grime combined with the right cleaning agent.

Also use these for Sho Sugi Ban brushes to break away the char.....to the look you want.
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Great deal....these are great for chipping away rust combined with a impact or drill driver. Also great for grill cleaning with solvent. Totally destroys gunk and grime combined with the right cleaning agent.

Also use these for Sho Sugi Ban brushes to break away the char.....to the look you want.
How does this connect to a drill or impact driver?
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How does this connect to a drill or impact driver?
This is what I'm wondering as well
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Nice! Picked 3 with shipping credits on each!

* update... picked up another, I couldn't resist
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How does this connect to a drill or impact driver?
Goes on an angle grinder
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I'm going to bed Steeve, no more posts for at least 8 hours. I don't want to miss anything!
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Read the reviews. I'd stay away from this.
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in for 2. Thanks
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Sort of off-topic, but I came across a slew of these, as well as carbide burr grinding bits. Industrial quality. No use for the amount of them that I now have.

Since I trust that the SD community will never lead me astray (lol), what would be the best way to offload them? I don't want to just sell them by weight, and I'm not really sure how to grade them. Most are entirely brand new (not in retail packaging, from a machine shop, completely legal, probably about 20-30 years old).

Thanks to anyone with helpful advice (and perhaps a few I can send over).
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