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Spyder Stinger 3-Piece Assorted Woodboring Ship Auger Drill Bit Set $15 at Lowe's + Free Curbside Pickup

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Haven't been impressed with the Spyder bits, have had two break on me and they just came out with this line. Could be wrong, but I think they're a cheaper material
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Haven't been impressed with the Spyder bits, have had two break on me and they just came out with this line. Could be wrong, but I think they're a cheaper material
Any recommendations? Been looking for something like this.
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Any recommendations? Been looking for something like this.
I bought Irwin to drill holes through my 2x4's (sometimes two 2x4 together) so i could run pex piping. Make sure you do it on high torque and not high speed. I almost broke my wrist because the bit grabs the wood and pulls forward. I was also lying on my side stretched out underneath the cabinet. After changing it to high torque and drilling slow, it went through easily.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-SP...1003018208
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I bought Irwin to drill holes through my 2x4's (sometimes two 2x4 together) so i could run pex piping. Make sure you do it on high torque and not high speed. I almost broke my wrist because the bit grabs the wood and pulls forward. I was also lying on my side stretched out underneath the cabinet. After changing it to high torque and drilling slow, it went through easily.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-SP...1003018208
Yo you gotta use the impact driver for these not a regular drill. That's why they are impact rated.
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Yo you gotta use the impact driver for these not a regular drill. That's why they are impact rated.
Impact in wood? Is this a thing? I've never heard of or considered this before but I'm curious.
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Haven't been impressed with the Spyder bits, have had two break on me and they just came out with this line. Could be wrong, but I think they're a cheaper material
Cheaper material sure maybe, but did you factor in how super duper cool they look with their spirally blueness!?
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Impact in wood? Is this a thing? I've never heard of or considered this before but I'm curious.
No, it's not.
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Any recommendations? Been looking for something like this.
https://www.toolbarn.com/milwauke...6705.html/

Use these at work. They are phenomenal. The hole is so cleaned out when it's done it almost looks like it was made by a carpenter bee.
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https://www.toolbarn.com/milwauke...6705.html/

Use these at work. They are phenomenal. The hole is so cleaned out when it's done it almost looks like it was made by a carpenter bee.
Do you usually clamp a piece on the other side for blowout? Or with these is that unnecessary? Thanks for the recommendation.
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Do you usually clamp a piece on the other side for blowout? Or with these is that unnecessary? Thanks for the recommendation.
Can't say for sure. I'm drilling into a phone pole. Not concerned with blowout.
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Why use these over a spade type bit? I really don't know! 🤔
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Any recommendations? Been looking for something like this.
They have auger bits if you'd like those, they are great, but can do 90% of gigs with these:

16-Piece SPEEDemon High Speed Steel Spade Bit Set with Pouch

https://www.homedepot.com/p/313313791
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Why use these over a spade type bit? I really don't know! 🤔
They're a bit better for nail-embedded wood where a spade can get stuck or have trouble
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They have auger bits if you'd like those, they are great, but can do 90% of gigs with these:

16-Piece SPEEDemon High Speed Steel Spade Bit Set with Pouch

https://www.homedepot.com/p/313313791
Diablo's version of the auger bit:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/313022304

Milwaukee's:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/203115330
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