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Specifications
      Brand: XtremepowerUS Product Model: Flat Chisel 1-1/8" Hex Scraping Bit Type: Demolition Tool Compatibility: Designed to fit 1-1/8" Hex Shank Jack Hammers Material: High-quality and durable construction materials Chisel Type: Flat Chisel Shank Type: Hexagonal (1-1/8" or 28.58 mm) Color: Typically metallic or black Dimensions: Typically around 12 inches in length, Width Size: 3". Applications: Suitable for demolition and removal of concrete, asphalt, tiles, and other materials. Usage: Versatile tool for construction, renovation, and demolition projects. Features: Efficient material removal, secure shank fit, and compatibility with Jack Hammers. Durability: Built to withstand the rigors of heavy-duty demolition work. Package Contents: Typically sold as a single chisel bit.
Product Content
      1 x Flat Chisel 1-1/8" Hex Scraping Bit
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XtremepowerUS Flat Chisel 1-1/8" Hex Scraping Bit

The Brand New XtremepowerUS Flat Chisel 1-1/8" Hex Scraping Bit Tool for Demolition Jack Hammer is your go-to solution for heavy-duty demolition tasks. This chisel, designed specifically for the XtremepowerUS Jack Hammer, is a versatile and powerful accessory that simplifies your demolition work.

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Customer Reviews

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Mr Coincidence

Makes big jobs easier

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Susan Newton

I had to take out porcelain tile in a bathroom, and I employed this spade/chisel bit with my SDS hammer drill. It successfully completed the task with minimal effort. To manage the fine dust, I kept a shop vac running next to the bit, which proved effective. Overall, this bit performed admirably for me.

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Randy L. Duff

Effectively removes tile and thinset when renovating a tile floor.

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Herbie Lapetina
as described

Unfortunately, I had to return it as it was too large for my XtremepowerUS 1400-watt hammer.