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Bosch HC8510 2 in. x 7 in. SDS-max Rotary Hammer Core Bit
Model#: BSHNHC8510
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Bosch HC8510 2 in. x 7 in. SDS-max Rotary Hammer Core Bit

Model#: BSHNHC8510
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Features:
  • Core bits go beyond the range of standard bits and allow smaller hammers to drill larger holes
  • Bosch SDS-max rotary hammer core bits are carbide tipped with an integral shank for better power transmission
  • Maximum core size is 4-in deep
Includes:
  • 2-in x 7-in SDS-max Rotary Hammer Core Bit - HC8510

Specifications

Diameter: 2-in
Shipping Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Type: Drill Bit
Usable Length: 7-in

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5.0

Great For Concrete Pavers

By Jim Frame

from Davis, CA

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Pros

  • Drills Clean
  • Drills Easily
  • Easy to Use
  • Rugged Design

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concrete Pavers

    Comments about 2-in x 7-in SDS-max Rotary Hammer Core Bit:

    I needed to drill some clean 2" diameter holes in concrete pavers, and this bit did a masterful job. It left a very neat appearance at the paver surface, which met the cosmetic requirements of the job.

    It helps to clean the core out of the bit in small increments; if you let the core extend all the way to the base of the bit, clearing it out can be tedious and time-consuming.

    The only note of caution I'd like to make is that when a bit of this size or larger gets more than an inch or so into the hole, it's much more prone to grabbing than is a smaller-diameter bit. One time it grabbed hard and nearly twisted my arms off. I had to be careful to take small bites and keep a relaxed grip on the rotohammer.

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