masonary drill bits

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Old 06-06-02, 11:19 AM
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masonary drill bits

I got a drill and a pretty large set of bits. I am not sure which bits are the masonary bits. Can anyone help me out. Are they the copper looking ones or the sliver ones? New with drills. thanks for your help.
 
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Old 06-06-02, 01:07 PM
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This is one type of carbide-tip masonry bit. Usually silver colored.

Probably would be easier for you to identify them by going to a hardware store and looking at labeled bits, so that you would know exactly what you have.
Mike
 
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Old 06-07-02, 05:34 AM
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Masonry bits can be a silver color or normal steel color. Normally the end of the bit is slightly larger than the shank and the carbide cutters are visibly welded to the tip.
 
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Old 06-10-02, 08:40 AM
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also, the spiral for debris removal is TIGHTER on the masonry bits i use -- vermont american -- cheap, can be bought at lowe's, and work GREAT!
 
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