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Extending the Life of Your Drill Bit Set

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Jerry

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Found this tip while reading up on lathes.
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One tip to extending the life of any drill set: when drilling a hole, such as a pilot hole, for which the exact drill diameter is not critical, choose an off-size bit. This will save wear and tear on the commonly used sizes such as 1/4" and 3/8".


Ya'll might have known to do that but I would have went with the 1/8" or one of the common sizes.
 

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