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44 in. Indexing Deck Removal Bull Bar

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  • Dual claw nail puller and wrecking bar
  • 44 In. length for maximum leverage
  • Design reduces damage, enabling to reclaim materials
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Everyone can count on the Bull Bar from Crescent for all of their deck projects. Unlike similar tools, the innovative 180° indexing head changes positions, allowing the user to easily select the best angle for maximum leverage and access. The Bull Bar has a double fork design with teeth that grip the edge of the board, decreasing slippage and providing a balanced lift on both sides of the nail. Closed positions offer fast action for shorter pulls. Open positions allow for powerful downward force on large planks and are an ideal solution for ground-level work. Additionally, a robust center nail puller will remove ring shank nails and stubborn long nails with better balance and increased leverage.
  • Double fork design provides balanced lift on both sides of the nail. boards are removed faster, cleaner and with less effort
  • Rugged indexing joint allows for maximum flexibility and increased leverage
  • Patent pending center nail puller offering better balance and more leverage
  • Precision tips designed for fast access between boards and reduced damage for reclaiming materials
  • Gripping teeth on forks assist in preventing board slippage
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Q:does his pry bar work for removing ceramic floor tile?
by|Jun 5, 2022
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A:  This bar can be used for different applications due to adjustable angle. Very useful tool.

by|Jun 6, 2022

    A:  I actually tried that. It will break it into chunks, but it worked okay for it.

    by|Jun 6, 2022

      A:  I used it for taking apart pallets, so I don't actually know how it would work, but based on how I have used it, I think that it would turn your tiles into a lot of little tile chips. You might want to get something with a bigger "blade".

      by|Jun 9, 2022

        A:  This is a demo tool so yes it will work for ceramic tile. Keep in mind that it may break up the ceramic tile, but it will perform this function. Technical Team (sj)

        by|Jun 6, 2022
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          Q:Would this work for hardwood floor removal?
          by|Mar 16, 2022
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          A:  No.  Not recommended for hardwood floor removal.  

          by|Mar 16, 2022

            A:  I don't think it would work well for hardwood floor removal. The bars are pretty thick since they're meant to slide into the open spaces of a pallet. They would not slide easily between the hardwood and the sub-floor. If you aren't trying to keep the hardwood, I'd just get a couple of standard long handled pry bars. If you're trying to salvage it, I've had really good luck using a trim puller.

            by|Mar 16, 2022

              A:  Only if you don't want to save flooring. If not a great great tool.

              by|Mar 16, 2022

                A:  yes works great

                by|Mar 18, 2022

                  A:  Not sure, used it for redwood decking. It split some of the redwood but we didn't plan to reuse all of it. But, God our purpose it was fantastic.

                  by|Mar 19, 2022
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                    Q:Does this easily fit in-between existing deck boards to pry them up to remove them? Would I have to pry up one board first to get started to have room to remove the remaining boards?
                    by|Nov 23, 2021
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                    A:  You will need to pull one board via crowbar + cats-paw before you can use this tool. I'd recommend having those around to help remove nails.

                    by|Jun 22, 2022

                    A:  It can, yes, depending on deck board spacing. If tight you would still have to remove the first board to get going but it does a great job once you do get going!

                    by|Jan 5, 2022

                      A:  You will need at least an inch to begin with ti fit the fork.

                      by|Nov 19, 2022

                      A:  You'll need to pray at least the end of one board up first to get started.

                      by|Mar 22, 2022

                      A:  I had to use a hammer and pound the forks down into the board gap to get the first board started. After I got the hang of it the rest of the boards were a breeze.

                      by|Jun 22, 2022
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                      Q:A lot of reviewers here complain the handle is weak and breaks or bends. Has the handle been improved?
                      by|Nov 23, 2021
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                      A:  I just purchased it a few days ago, so I don't know about it being "improved." But I had no problem with it and used it to remove 288 sq.ft. of decking without incident.

                      by|Jul 27, 2022

                      A:  That handle is not weak.

                      by|Jun 15, 2022

                        A:  I had no problems with a weak handle, breaking or bending.

                        by|Apr 3, 2022
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                        A:  Mine was OK Liked the adjustable head and plus Ia 74 years old so not as strong as I used to B e !!

                        by|Oct 6, 2022
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                        A:  No issues with handle as mentioned by prior users. Struggled removing our deck for hours before reading about this tool. It made the rest of the red I much smoother and reduced the work load by 75%!

                        by|Apr 19, 2022
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                        4.7 out of 5
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                        Need to make a man's version of this
                        Bar broke second time using it. Very disappointing to spend 80 bucks on it and to have it snap off at the joint. Will be looking into different brand
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                          Strong appearance, broken easy
                          Very disappointed with this tool. I bought it 2 years ago thinking "long-term" because of the price. Yesterday, it broke without any repair opportunity leaving us halfway through a deck demolition. I need to buy another tool and definitely, it's not going to be one of these. We have used it only on wooden decks. I would include a clarifying picture but the platform doesn't allow it.
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                            Excellent
                            Ripped up composite deck with square drive fasteners with ease. Well worth it.
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                              Great for pallet busting
                              I've been pulling apart pallets for the wood. I started with a sawzall but it wasn't worth the blades I went through, so I tried the old fashioned way for awhile (rubber mallet and a crow's foot). It was slow and tedious until I tried busting oversized custom pallets made of new 1x6 planks and 3x3 center beams. My pallet busting slowed to a stop, but when I brought this thing home, I tore down several pallets in about an hour. The wood pulled right off. The only thing it won't do is get under a nail close to the wood, like a hammer or a crow's foot will, but no biggie for what I use it for. It seems like it would be good for wooden deck demolition, but it's too heavy for overhead board pulling, I would say. If it means anything, I roofed houses around Dallas for a few years, and I wouldn't use it for tear-off.
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                                Handy, but could be better.
                                I just spent a couple of long days removing 3,000 lbs of deck boards from a 12x70 deck. This is a product with a great idea behind it. However, for real world use there are some minor improvements that would make it a 10 STAR tool!! The indexing head is by far the most handy feature!! It allows you to work from above or at ground level and even somewhat overhead. The nail puller slot is all but useless. The leverage it allows is great. But actually being able to position it would mean constantly moving the head. I found it easier to lay it down and pick up an old fashioned crowbar. I plan to slice off the nail puller altogether. It gets in the way far more than it is used. It blocks you from getting all the way under a board by stopping when it hits the nail holding the board you’re trying to pull. Thereby blocking you from using the full throat of the tool. The pry forks could stand to by long enough to reach fully under a standard deck board. With newer boards it works fine, but who removes newer boards? Older boards split and have to be removed in sections. Longer forks would prevent this. The handle being telescopic or just a bit longer would help with leverage. I’m over six feet, and over 300 lbs, so not a small fella. More leverage would help, especially if the shanks were a bit longer. Probably the biggest “miss” is the fact the the forks are just barely too narrow to reach around a 4x4 post. This would be a great help in removing side boards that are attached to posts. Overall, I’m glad I bought it and it really helped with this job. The $60 price was well worth it!! I’d have paid a bit more actually. Make a few improvements and I’d happily buy the updated one!!
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                                  9 found this review helpful
                                  Worked great
                                  Worked great
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                                  Excellent tool I was ripping out 6inch deck bourd with screws and it did the job no problems.
                                  Excellent tool I was ripping out 6inch deck bourd with screws and it did the job no problems.
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                                  I made full use of the indexing head to remove the screwed in, 25 yr. old redwood decking. It req...
                                  I made full use of the indexing head to remove the screwed in, 25 yr. old redwood decking. It required additional tools (impact drill, smaller crow bar, hammer) as my intentions were to salvage & repurpose as much of the materials as possible. Greater width would have been helpful when dealing with double joists. Mission accomplished. The new Crescent Wrecking Bar reduced my demolition time by more than 50%. Product was replaned to reveal the beauty of the redwood.
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                                  3 found this review helpful
                                  Just started using it the proof will be if the indexing head stands up to hard use
                                  Just started using it the proof will be if the indexing head stands up to hard use
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                                  1 found this review helpful
                                  Love everything about this tool! Heavy weight, sturdy construction and the indexing head is a tr...
                                  Love everything about this tool! Heavy weight, sturdy construction and the indexing head is a tremendous help! Bought it a month or so ago with the purpose of reclaiming materials from an old granary...have since used it to remove floor molding and window and door trim in an 1870 home that I had earlier tried to removed with a pry bar. This bar worked like a charm with very little splitting of wood and the indexing head allowed me to remove items at varying heights. Highly recommend this tool! Everyone who has seen it in action wants to know where to get it!
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