Diablo’s SPEEDEMON spade bits & self-feed bits deliver speed, ease of use, & more holes per charge when using cordless drills and drilling in clean wood.
Diablo offers a full range of wood boring accessories from spade bits, auger bits, installer bits and self feed bits.
Diablo’s auger bits deliver exceptional durability & smooth drilling in nail-embedded wood.
The speed tip design & curved paddles deliver up to 10x faster holes than a standard chisel point and allows for more holes per charge when using a cordless drill.
Diablo self-feed bits include a unique 2 cutter design & an aggressive screw tip for more holes per charge.
Maximizes durability for fast, straight holes in clean wood or stacked lumber.
Self feeding tip delivers extreme durability in wood with nails.
SPEEDEMON spade bits, self-feed bits & installer bits are ideal for drilling in clean wood.
SPEEDEMON spade bits are impact strong and can be used with impact drivers or drills/ drivers.
Self-feed bits ranging from 1-1/8” - 3-5/8” sizes are ideal for boring large holes for pipes, cables, and ductwork.
Small hole in flute for effortless feeding of wires and cables through walls, ceilings, and floors.
Are ideal for use in nail-embedded wood.
Two cutting edges provide effortless, smooth hole drilling in nail-embedded wood.
|Bit Diameter||7/8 in||Bit Length (in.)||17.5 in|
|Shank Diameter||7/16 in|
|Auger Bit Type||Long Auger Bit||Bit Material||Carbide|
|Drill Bit Type||Auger Bit||Drill Bit Type(s) Included||Auger Bit|
|Material Application||Concrete||Number of Pieces||1 Piece|
|Number of Pieces||1||Returnable||90-Day|
|Shank Style||Hex||Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
A: A 5/8 bit will drill a 5/8 hole. Fresh (wet) lumber might swell back into the hole, so you have to do some tapping with a hammer to get the bolt all the way through the finished hole, but that's a good thing. A nice tight water-proof seal.
A: For auger bits, you need an auger drill, as it is geared down so the motor doesnt bog down while making the hole. It pulls the bit into wood and needs the torque a standard drill does not poses. Regular dont work, Auger drills are about $300-400 +
A: at first yes, but not long will it work