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I bought a Milwaukee one a few weeks back and so far it has been the best one I have used. It is super smooth and doesn't jam and so far it has stayed very sharp. What do you guys like and why? Cheap? Longevity? or Jam free?
 

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Bkessler said:
I prefer hole saws. Nothing worse than a dull unibit.
True. Unibits aren't for creating holes, they're best use is for enlarging existing holes. Unless it's PVC, they're awesome for PVC or fiberglass enclosures- no slug to bust loose

But my favorite step bits were always Lennox
 

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ponyboy said:
True. Unibits aren't for creating holes, they're best use is for enlarging existing holes. Unless it's PVC, they're awesome for PVC or fiberglass enclosures- no slug to bust loose But my favorite step bits were always Lennox
Most enlarging I do is done with a green lee ko and a 1/2" cordless impact with a 1" socket.
 

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ponyboy said:
True. Unibits aren't for creating holes, they're best use is for enlarging existing holes. Unless it's PVC, they're awesome for PVC or fiberglass enclosures- no slug to bust loose But my favorite step bits were always Lennox
. Sure they are , I've been creating holes for years with no problems . They work better started in a pilot hole though .
 
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