I probably should have posted about drill bits here...

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NewWhile we're at it here...

One of the best tools I've bought / owned has been a set of Walter drill bits.
I've been a mechanic for 30+ years...
And spent too much of that time cursing drill bits...

Until me & my friend were installing new bumpers on my Jeep...
And those sweet Walter drill bits worked so fine!!
I went right out & bought a set... 3/8 reduced shank, size small to 1/2".
135 deg, split point, Hex drive! And haven't bought bits for maybe 5 years now...

Night & day from jobber bits...
I know that not very many of us need that kind of drill power on our rc cars...
But since you may use the bits on other things, I just want to share the word!

When I bought my set, the guy says "are you sure, they're expensive..."
I was worried, because my buddy is one of those Snap-On or nothing Dudes...
Then the guy says, yup, $64 bucks...

Hah, I would have paid double, or even triple once I saw how well they worked!

Use the right speed, and correct lube for what you're drilling, don't press too hard,
& those $64 dollar bits will save you much aggravation & down time & money!!

No, I don't work for Walter...
And this turned out way longer than necessary, sorry!
Yes, some others may have other opinions...
But in my experience, these quality bits have been a godsend!
And I only suggest them to share something good with my fellow
Wrench pullers, & RC enthusiasts!

I just had to get my Harley towed home...
That bugs me more than working on my OutCast!
Happy Canada Day all y'all!!
RJP

"It is better to Die Fighting Evil, than to Live Under it"
 

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