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Which Drill Bit To Use

You know a drill really only has one job–make a hole. But what you’re making a hole in dictates the type of drill and bit you actually need. Watch my favorite Canadian mechanic break down the which, what and why of every drill type you’ll ever mess with and some you’ve probably never seen. Read more...
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