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I need to know what carbide Masonry drill bits are for the Matabo KHE54

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There are only 2 types of bits for any rotory hamer you should just take it in with you and find one that fits rember to pull the loking shank back and the bit locks in

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The instruction manual says to insert a drill bit all the way but small drill bits, such as my 3mm masonry bit are to short to do that and still function. Then when I use the hammer drill function, t


If you are drilling in masonry with a masonry bit you don't need to have the hammer function on
Just put it on reg drill and just apply a little pressure you will start to see dust come up when you have applied the correct amount.

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I purchased a Black & Decker DR260B drill to drill masonry but there's no info in manual about brick. Can I use this drill to drill holes in brick mortar?


This corded drill has enough power to drill normal brick masonry without issue as long as you're using a masonry bit.

http://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools-Hardware-Power-Tool-Accessories-Drill-Bits-Masonry-Percussion/N-5yc1vZc23f

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What size drill bit for concrete bolt


You will need a carbide tipped masonry bit that is the same size as the spike- 1/4", 3/8" etc. Of course you will have to use a hammer drill.

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What speed would i need to set my cordless drill at to put hole in wall


Your drill will drill a hole at any speed, the drill bit needs to be sharp to drill the mateirial.The type of wall material is important.Drywall is soft but a masonry bit should be used.A masonry bit has a flat bar accross the point and slower speeds are best.Wood walls / studs you need wood bits that are sharper and medium to high speeds are used.Concrete or Block walls again require Masonry bits.If very hard concrete as in foundation walls or filled block the use of a Hammer drill will work much faster.Good Luck

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We are concernened about screwing the tub into the floor for stability. We have to go through tile and into wood. There are no instructions included for this. Included were 5/16 lag bolt and feet but we do...


The main reason to screw the feet to the floor is to keep the tub from moving which could cause the pipes to leak (either the supply or the drain) Authentic old clawfoot cast iron tubs were usually bolted to the floor because they were so heavy that it took a significant effort to move them, especially on a wood floor. If your tub is light enough that you could move it without a pretty significant push, then you had best bolt it to the floor in at least two places. Drilling holes through tile can be intimidating, but it's not as hard as you might think using an inexpensive masonry drill bit and a carbide tipped scratch awl. I will leave it to you to figure out how to assemble the claw feet to the tub, but here are a couple of important tips for drilling the holes through tile: Mark the hole locations with a felt-tip marker. Then use the carbide tipped scratch awl to gouge a starter divot in the tile. This divot can be pretty small, but it's essential for being able to drill a hole in tile in the right place. Use a variable-speed drill at fairly low speed to drill the hole - don't use a hammer-drill. Also keep a puddle of water where you are drilling to prevent the tile from heating up in one spot and causing the tile to crack. Once you get the hole through to the wood below, switch to a regular drill bit of a smaller size. Good luck, Al K

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How do I bolt down Sentry Safe S3310 to the floor?


All of the instructions can also be found at www.SentrySafeShop.com

The link is:
http://www.sentrysafeshop.com//kb_results.asp?ID=7

Required Tools:
Drill, Wrench, 7/16" (11.0mm) bit, for wood anchoring: 9/32" (7.20mm) bit, for masonry
anchoring: 3/8" (9.5Omm) masonry drill bit.
The steps are as follows:
1. Tip the safe on its right side. (Door hinges horizontal with the floor)
2. Unlock the safe and open the door.
3. Look on the bottom (outside) of the safe for two indentations in opposite corners. Using a
7/16" (11.0mm) bit, drill a hole through each indentation perpendicular to the bottom of the
safe.
4. Close the door and tip the safe upright. Place it where desired and reopen the door.
5. Use a screw or drill bit to mark the floor through both holes.
6. Move the safe aside to clear both marked spots for drilling.
7. Drill into the floor:
a. For wood:
i. Using a 9/32" (7.2mm) bit drill a hole 2 Y2" (64mm) deep in each marked
spot.
b. For masonry:
i. Using a 3/8" (9.50 mm) bit drill a hole 2 Y2" (64mm) deep in each marked
spot.
ii. Install a masonry anchor in each hole.
8. Replace the safe in the desired position, with the holes in the safe aligned with those in
the floor.
9. Securing the safe:
a. For wood:
i. Pass each lag screw through a washer, then through the safe and into a hole. .
ii. Tighten with a wrench. ,
b. For masonry:
i. Pass each lag screw through a washer, then through the safe and into a
masonry anchor.
ii. Tighten with a wrench.

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I need to know what carbide Masonry drill bits are available for the Hilti TE-6s and where I can buy them


Any SDS Plus or SDS drill bit will fit. Available at Home Depot, SEARS.

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