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    Driil bits and shipping

    Any body got a good source for reasonably priced good quality drill bits? HSS or Cobolt.

    Was snooping through ebay but, 1 hard to tell what your getting
    2 Some of those people must be on drugs with their shipping charges.

    Off to amazon
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    Enco? Shipping's fairly reasonable.

    Grainger? Local store in Austintown.
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    DUH, enco never crossed my mind, Grainger usually tends to be pricey
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    Try Norseman dill bits.

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