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Bosch HC4022 5/8 in. D 18 in. Spline Wild Bore Rotary Hammer Bit
Model#: BSHNHC4022
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Bosch HC4022 5/8 in. D 18 in. Spline Wild Bore Rotary Hammer Bit

Model#: BSHNHC4022
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Features:
  • Updated tip and head design provides 15% faster removal rate and 30% longer life
  • Main cutter is fully embedded in the drill bit body for top power and imapct transmission
  • Secondary cutters are not connected to the main cutters, eliminating tensioning in carbide, for a longer life
Includes:
  • 5/8-in D 18-in Spline Wild Bore Rotary Hammer Bit - HC4022

Specifications

Diameter: 5/8-in
Shipping Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Type: Drill Bit
Usable Length: 18-in

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  • Easy to Use
  • Maintains Sharpness
  • Rugged Design

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