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Lowe's has the Bosch Bulldog 18" Alloy Steel Masonry Drill Bit for SDS-Plus Drill for $2.99. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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Lowe's has Bosch Bulldog 10" Alloy Steel Masonry Drill Bit for SDS-Plus Drill (HC2163) for $5.39. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.
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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the Bosch 1"x 10" SDS-plus Bulldog Rotary Hammer Bit (HC2163) for $5.39 with free ship-to-store. YMMV. OOS

Lowe's [lowes.com] also has the Bosch Bulldog 18-in Alloy Steel Masonry Drill Bit for SDS-Plus Drill for $2.99 with free ship-to-store. YMMV.
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you need a SDS+ drill to use these. SDS max can handle bigger bits. however, if you want to break it apart to move it. you can drill a series of smaller holes in a line and then pack it with a bunch of framing nails, and start pounding. Should split apart. If your lazier, you can do the same holes, and buy the two part liquid on amazon. It creates a reaction with causes it to expand, also splitting it. Don't do it with an 18" long SDS, for every given increase in length, you actually loose power. Always go for the shortest bit to get the job done.

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You're welcome! Glad you were able to find it. Smilie
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what diameter is the 18 inch one? Looks like 3/8 or so possibly.
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Yup 3/8
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what diameter is the 18 inch one? Looks like 3/8 or so possibly.
Look under specifications.... yes, 3/8"
These have been on sale/clearance for awhile, but the 1" bit seems to be a new one.
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Look under specifications.... yes, 3/8"
These have been on sale/clearance for awhile, but the 1" bit seems to be a new one.
Thanks. They sure make it hard to find!! I swear I looked at specifications, just not the right half of the section apparently lol
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In 4 one w Store Pickup in 83704!

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Thats been around ..... ordered 2 @ 6.28$ each, and because i didn't pick up in 7 days, peckers killed my Order.

Waited in line for +15 minutes, then the guy says I "must have" canceled the order ...... i was offended.

"Why would i wait if i canceled that order??", i said (nicely ..... I'm no Jerk)

Their emails confirming the order is ready for p/u NOW says 7 days to p/u ...... that was new.
Lowes does have a 7 day hold policy, but will manually extend if you ask them. I have learned to call and have them physically touch the order before I bother stopping by. I also don't like waiting and waiting and they can't find it. I chalk it up as the process of getting a perceived deal.... after all, perception is everything. Smilie
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Thanks. They sure make it hard to find!! I swear I looked at specifications, just not the right half of the section apparently lol
I know... I initially wondered the same thing... as where are they hiding it?
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Any special hardware or whatnot you'd need to use this (and/or how many holes I can expect to do before it dulls)? I have a giant block of concrete previous homeowner poured into the ground, and I've tried just about everything to break it apart. Figure maybe I can drill a bunch of holes and either freeze it apart in winter or use the holes as a wedge.
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