Model # 6752

Internet #100392490

RIDGID 3/32 in. Cobalt Drill Bit
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Discontinued RIDGID

3/32 in. Cobalt Drill Bit

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The RIDGID 3/32 in. Cobalt Drill Bit is forged using the latest technology. The CG power process casts the drill bit in cobalt, creating a faster, more durable drill bit. The 143° split point cuts on contact.

  • Designed to fit all 3/8 in. chucks or larger
  • Designed for drilling in metal
  • CG power cobalt for strength, speed and durability
  • 143° split point drills on contact
  • Drills up to 1-1/4 in.
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Can this bit drill through 304SS?

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Yes...if you pre-drill a 16th hole first. A drill press works best with slow constant pressure. Lube oil every 15 seconds. High speeds will cause your SS to tarnish and the bit will cook then ruin...slow is good!
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How long is the drill bit supposed to be, and how long is it?

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South Carolina
July 5, 2013
RIDGID 1/8 in. Cobalt Drill Bit Model # 6754 Internet # 100389572 Store SKU # 585485
Even with packaging, the drill bit is NOT 6.875 inches long.
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July 10, 2013
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The company that handles the drill bits you are looking for is Disston. Their phone number is 800-446-8890.
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I need large quantities of these and will need to keep in stock regular monthly usage will be around 50. Please let me know the easiest way to do this

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October 10, 2012
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Aromas, CA
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I would contact your local H.D. store Pro-Services department regarding bulk purchasing rather than requesting they carry that large amount available in-store for you to buy as needed.
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October 16, 2012
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This is something you would have to ask a distributor about. If you do not have a local distributor go to http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/Where-To-Buy/ and it will pull up who is in your area.
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will this bit drill through cement??????////////

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June 27, 2012
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November 26, 2012
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There are specialty cement bits and roto hammer drills, they pretty much go through everything from bricks to very hard slab concrete.
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June 28, 2012
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We would not recommend a cobalt bit for cement. We would suggest using a masonry drill bit for cement.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not effective at drilling steel I bought three of these to drill out screws which had become frozen in place in a cast aluminum piece. About 0.15" of screw needed to be drilled. One bit made it most of the way but the other two made little progress before dulling. The Home Depot associates insisted that a cobalt bit would do the job but that was not true for at least this Ridgid brand product. June 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Couldn't even drill out a rusted screw Attempted to drill a hole in a rusted deck screw in order to insert and use a screw extractor. The drill bit hardly made a dent in the screw even though I was using a slow speed drill and had applied 3 in 1 oil to the bit. Since the bit was not making any progress it put more pressure on the drill and then the bit snapped in half. A wasted $2.57. May 24, 2011
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