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7-Piece DeWALT Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 7-Piece DeWALT Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set (DW5207) on sale for $9.99 - $3 for Ace Rewards Members (free to join) = $6.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks overwatch22

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DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set 7 pc.

$9.99 - $3.00 = $6.99 (Free Store or Curbside Pickup)

Extra $3.00 off for Ace Rewards members ends 08/31/20 (Limit 4) *membership is free

Power through masonry, concrete, rock and more with Dewalt hammer drill bits. Featuring rock carbide tips that maximize surface contact for extended bit life and a 4-flute design that cleans debris while you work. 3 flats on the shank eliminate bit slippage.
  • What's Included: (1) 3/16 in. x 3 in., (2) 1/4 in. x 4 in., (1) 1/4 in. x 6 in., (1) 5/16 in. x 6 in., (1) 3/8 in. x 6 in. and (1) 1/2 in. x 6 in. drills
  • 2 cutter carbide tip maximizes carbide surface contact for longer bit life
  • Four flute design cleans debris out for fast, efficient drilling
  • Carbide tip provides up to 2X longer life
  • Made in Germany
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I got these for my uncle in prison, hope he can break out soon!
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I'm trying to get Amazon to price match
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Do you need to use hammer drill for this of regular. I tried to drill into tiles for shower door. It didn't work.
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In for one to pick up in store.
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Do you need to use hammer drill for this of regular. I tried to drill into tiles for shower door. It didn't work.
Read my earlier comments on Page 1 regarding carbide tipped and diamond tipped drill bits for tile.
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I'm trying to get Amazon to price match
Did they do it?
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No. You need a bit suitable for ceramic -- carbide tipped or diamond tipped (I would opt for the latter) AND take your time. EDIT: fixed misspelling.

I'm a little confused - this bit set _is_ called "carbide bit set".
And you're saying that's not "carbide tipped"?
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Old hard concrete or new soft concrete?
Relatively new concrete.
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A great deal! It's $29 at Home Depot.
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Will this work on concrete with a regular 12V drill?
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can you use these with a regular drill?
It does but why would you? You'll most likely burn the motor because you will spin that thing a LOT longer than you need to. Buy a hammer drill for only $35 at like Harbor Freights, although its plugged and not battery powered.
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Will this work on concrete with a regular 12V drill?
Yes, but most likely will burn out the motor if you use it for too long. Get a hammer drill instead. Its cheap.
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I used a 20V Porter Cable drill with these bits (5/16) to pilot holes into my exterior garage wall (cinder block type construction + stucco) to mount a flag pole. It was so-so and did require some force and not rushing. I didn't have a hammer drill at the time which would have made it easier as others have said. The holes were properly sized and clean-ish after drilling. I used compressed air to blow out the rest of the debris.

I used the proper tapcon screws with an impact driver (hex) and 3 of the 4 went in right farily easy without much effort. The 4th screw wouldn't go in far enough so I redrilled the hole and oversized the deeper part just a bit. The screw then went in, but didn't really catch like the first three although it was stable and wouldn't come out by hand. I backed that screw out once more and filled that hole with some adhesive and wrapped a small piece of wire around part of the screw and that held it much better.

Now that story time is over, for sure this deal is a good deal, the bits work great. Just get a hammer drill if at all possible.
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Will this work on concrete with a regular 12V drill?
Hammer drills are magical. Do not fear the hammer drill, or its purchase.

If not in a hurry and wanting better quality at a lower price, watch for the Hitachi deal to pop up. (And see post 4 of that thread for a comparison to battery-powered drills.)

You will wonder how drilling was even possible without the hammer setting.
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Picked up 2 sets if anyone has used any concrete bits, you go through them pretty quickly. These are $16 on amazon, so $9.99 at ace were already a good deal before the $3 off!
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