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Irwin Pole Auger Bit - 11/16" x 29"

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  • Irwin Pole Auger Bit - 11/16" x 29"

    • Single spur, cutter, and side lip design bore through creosoted poles without clogging, binding, or stopping to clear chips
    • Extra-long twist is ideal for boring large poles, construction timbers, and for multiple timber applications
    • Full-length heat treatment guards against bending in heavy-duty applications and strengthens the twist where the greatest strain occurs
    • Medium-fast screw point ideal for general woodboring applications
    • Bit can be resharpened
    • Features a 7/16" adaptable hex shank, simply remove it to use round shank
  • Size
    11/16" x 24" Twist
    Auger Bits
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