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Old Today, 01:25 PM   #1
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Just curious what brands people have had the best luck with.

I'm not even going to waste my time looking at off-brand drill bits because I'm certain the carbide tip will come flying off after a couple of uses. I am wondering about regular chisels though. Am I better off just sticking with name brand stuff all around, or is a chisel a chisel?
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I use the splined drill bits and the chisels with the notch, I try to buy bosch brand, but now they are all made in china, the chisels hold up decent from no name brand..they are cheap enough not to worry about..
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Depends if you are going to use it a lot. I bought a princess auto chipper. It's a beast and breaks concrete easily. The 2 chisel came with it and that's what I use. It might be used only a couple times a year.

This job here I wanted to try it out and it was overkill, less than 2 minutes to break this off.


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We have a 60lb Bosch jackhammer and more Bosch Bulldog rotary hammers than I can count. SDS shank for the Bulldogs, we don't have an intermediary chipping hammer for the SDS Max shank.
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