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GARD MTS Drill Bits

From $3.75 to $49.75
Overall Length Flute Length Drill Size Part Number Price Buy
4-1/8"2-7/8"I
08-17447
$7.90
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4-1/8"2-7/8"J
08-17448
$8.50
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4-5/8"3-5/16"P
08-17458
$11.50
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4-7/8"3-1/2"S
08-17462
$12.80
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5"3-5/8"V
08-17466
$14.70
Quantity
3-3/4"2-1/2"5
08-17446
$6.50
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3-1/4"2-1/8"21
08-17444
$3.75
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3-3/8"2-1/16"15/64"
08-17445
$5.80
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4-3/16"2-11/16"23/64"
08-17464
$13.50
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4-1/2"2-15/16"7/16"
08-17468
$18.50
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4-5/8"3"29/64"
08-17470
$20.75
Quantity
-3-1/8"17/32"
08-17472
$40.50
Quantity
-3-1/8"19/32"
08-17473
$44.50
Quantity
-3-1/8"39/64"
08-17474
$45.50
Quantity
-3-1/8"11/16"
08-17475
$46.50
Quantity
-3-1/8"45/64"
08-17479
$46.90
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-3"49/64"
08-17480
$46.90
Quantity
-3"55/64"
08-17488
$49.75
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Overview

MTS Drill bits allow you to drill hard materials up to 45 HRC. Do not hesitate using the MTS when faced with drilling set screws, leaf springs, truck frames. Grade 8 bolts and many other hard-to-drill materials.

Outstanding in stainless steel. MTS drill bits are far more ductile than cobalt reducing breakage. MTS drill bits have a 135 split point. No skate tip. No need to center or punch before drilling. MTS drill bits have flats on the shank over 3/16 diameter- positive clamping in chuck. MTS drill bits last longer than other drills, even after sharpening. More holes per bit!

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