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Bosch

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Store SKU #726591

DareDevil 1/4 in. x 6 in. Spade Bit

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The DareDevil spade bit by Bosch provides users with the Best in Class speed and ease of use. Our patented DareDevil paddle design generates 10 times faster drilling vs. standard spade bits. The 1/4 in. hex power groove shank allows for use in a wide variety of drill types.

  • Full-cone threaded tip for fast and effortless drilling
  • Spur and reamer provide cleaner holes
  • Contoured paddle for faster chip removal
  • Hex shank with power groove reduces slippage

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Need to drill a hole in a log. The bit doesn't seem sharp enough, keeps getting caught. Is this the correct bit?

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Thank you for your question. We would recommend an auger bit like the the Daredevil #NKST24.
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What size pilot hole needed for this bit?

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A 1/4" pilot hole would help. Do not use this bit on boards less than 2" thick. Drill until the bit just breaks through the board, turn the board over and continue to drill from the opposite side.
This bit will have a very rough finish to the wood. The board should be secured (i.e., clamped, vised or nailed in place) when using this bit as the bit has a large bite into the wood. Have a strong hold on
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A 1/4" pilot hole would help. Do not use this bit on boards less than 2" thick. Drill until the bit just breaks through the board, turn the board over and continue to drill from the opposite side.
This bit will have a very rough finish to the wood. The board should be secured (i.e., clamped, vised or nailed in place) when using this bit as the bit has a large bite into the wood. Have a strong hold on hand held drills using this bit.
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November 25, 2015
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Thank you for your question. Our spade bits have a pilot point so there is not a need to drill a pilot hole. To start the bit be sure to depress the drill trigger switch slightly so that the bit slowly engages into the wood.
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