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Old 07-04-2009, 09:54 PM   #41
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I will say Harbor Freight is "you get what you pay for"... it ain't gonna last forever but it will work for short while..you'll most likely get your moneys worth. I have went thru a few sets of the step-bits from Harbor but man at $15 for a pair...if you drop one down the wall..you are not going to cry compared to brand name step-bits $50+ each.
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Old 07-04-2009, 11:33 PM   #42
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Yeah I'm going to try out those non-stepped bits, those look pretty slick. Unless they're just complete junk, for the money you can't go wrong.
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they're good, i use them to knock holes in steel framing daily.. they didn't let me down. only thing that let me down is my dumb ass self loosing it in the attic or crawl area.
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I went to the store yesterday to pick up a couple of the stepless bits and DANGIT they don't carry them. I'm not ordering them online. They did have hanging on the peg the 2 most used sizes of uni-bits for a whopping $14.95. I don't need one, but when I do I'll go pick them up to try them out.
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I bought their 3 piece and 2 piece step-bit kits. I guess with harbor it depends... I am still looking for that Mccullough steam cleaner..they seem to never have that instock so i can clean my carpet!
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