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Any particular reason you're buying such a small(ish) diameter bit? Unless there's a reason why a larger one wouldn't work, you might want to consider a 3/4", 7/8" or larger. I'd imagine you'd get a lot more use out of it on future bracing assignments.What are y'all driving auger bits with in the tree?
I'm about to do a swing install, and am ordering a 29"-long 9/16" diameter auger bit from WesSpur (probably),
I've got a corded Milwaukee Super Hawg, as well as a first generation M18 version. Both are beasts, and suitable for running large diameter auger bits through multiple feet of live oak, and they're both aces for cranking a GRCS for long lifts.