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FULLER Tapered Drills Boxed Set

Item #13D18
$119.99
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4.5

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Product Information:

You get 5 HSS tapered drills, 5 countersinks, 2 stop collars, 3/8" and 1/2" plug cutters, and 2 Allen wrenches, all in a finished hardwood case.

This set of Fuller Tapered Drills includes all the bits needed for proper installation of the most often used #6, #8, #10, #12, and #14 wood screws. You get 5 HSS tapered drills, 5 countersinks, 2 stop collars, 3/8" and 1/2" plug cutters, and 2 Allen wrenches plus a finished hardwood case for protection and storage. American.


  • Set of 5 tapered drills
  • High-speed steel
  • Holds sharp cutting edges
  • 5 countersinks, 2 stop collars & 2 plug cutters
  • Hardwood storage case
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

     
     

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    4.5

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    5.0

    Expensive but good.

    By  Victory Pete

    from R.I.

    About Me Professional

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    4.0

    This is THE countersink set to buy.

    By  TN Hiker

    from Maryville, TN

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Sturdy case
    • Tapered bits
    • Very nice case
    • Works Effectively

    Cons

    • Counterbore gets dull

    Best Uses

    • Large Projects
    • Small Projects

    Comments about FULLER Tapered Drills Boxed Set :

    I typically use #6, #8 and #10 screws for assembly of hardwood projects and these Fuller counterbore drills with the tapered bits have been my favorite for over 5 years now. I typically work with oak, maple and poplar. The plug cutters work well also and take care of the problem of mis-matched wood when using plugs. The nice wooden case keeps these all together in an easy-to-use manner and I wouldn't be without it. I really love the tapered bit (vs. a non-tapered bit) and it makes starting the hole in the exact spot you want it easy without any need for center-punching a starting hole. Also, the tapered bit keeps the hole small at the bottom so that you get a better match for tapered screws. Note that you might not want to use a tapered bit for MDF work if you are using full bore fasteners (MDF splits very easily). My only complaint has been that the counterbore cutter tends to get dull and it isn't easily resharpened (new ones cost about ten dollars each).

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