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Old 07-17-2012, 09:10 PM
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And what i would do is drill through the concrete base. That way you can put your connection down there.
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Old 07-17-2012, 09:27 PM
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Ahhhh....i see....thanks for the good info...
When u get a chance please link to those pics, thx
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Old 07-17-2012, 09:44 PM
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Ok, now im hooked. Im looking at these core drills and bits.
Do you run dry or wet?
I can get a bit set to use with my sds and spline drills which i already have ( i can turn off hammer function so they only drill)....
What is typical depth of bits for drilling paver stones?
Any other tips?
Pics?
Thanks
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Old 07-17-2012, 10:18 PM
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Ok, now im hooked. Im looking at these core drills and bits.
Do you run dry or wet?
I can get a bit set to use with my sds and spline drills which i already have ( i can turn off hammer function so they only drill)....
What is typical depth of bits for drilling paver stones?
Any other tips?
Pics?
Thanks
I only run wet.... No reason to use up bits. I use 18 inch bits but that's because I also core holes in foundations for hvac ec's and plumbers.

Go on the aolp forum and find my post with the link to all the pics....

There is a website that sells adapters to use on Sds chucks to convert to universal core bit.... I would of done it because hilti bits are so expensive but now they retip my bits for 70dollars
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