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    Ship Auger Bit, High Speed Steel, Wood Application, 18 x 9/16 in.

    Manufacturer: Milwaukee Tool
    Manufacturer #: 48-13-5560
    SKU: 88174352
    $33.74
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    Chuck Size:7/16 in.
    Point Type:Pilot Point
    Shank Length (Inches):15 in.
    Size:9/16 in.
    Shank Type:Hex
    Length:18 in.
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Milwaukee Tool
    • Manufacturer # 48-13-5560
    • Size 9/16 in.
    • Type Ship
    • UNSPSC 27112800
    • Brand Milwaukee®
    • Chuck Size 7/16 in.
    • Finish Nonstick, Polished and Coated Finish
    • Length 18 in.
    • Materials High Speed Steel
    • Point Type Pilot Point
    • Shank Length (Inches) 15 in.
    • Shank Type Hex
    • For Use With For Electricians, Plumbers, Utilities And Any Trade Requiring Fast Hole Drilling In Clean Or Nail-Embedded Wood
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin CN - China
    Product Overview:
    Induction Hardened Tip For Added Nail Durability; Coated Flutes For Fast Chip Removal; Impact Rated Shank
    The Milwaukee® 9/16" x 18" Ship Auger Bit drills through up to 2X the nails of competitive auger bits without needing resharpening. Drill into clean or nail-embedded wood with confidence when installing Romex wire, Pex water lines, rebar, bolts, and rope in piers, playground equipment and landscaping. The flutes are wider for maximum chip removal, even in deep holes. The polished and coated flute finish means chips won't stick to the bit, even when drilling in material that contains sap or glue.The through-center cutting design creates a more solid striking point against nails compared to the competitions' ahead-of-center and behind-center designs. The longer shaft length makes it easy to drill deeper or overhead without an extension.