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Tackle your next project with Crescent's Code Red renovation and demolition tools, designed with input from industrial professionals as well as DIY enthusiasts. The Crescent DB24 24-inch adjustable pry bar features an adjustable jaw that open up to 5-1/2 inches in 1/2-inch increments. It's ideal for board straightening and alignment, pulling long nails, prying materials apart, hammering nails and boards, and gripping boards and fittings. The forged steel head and handles create a durable tool with rubber grips for comfort and control.
Pressing the locking button on the adjustable jaw allows the full-width toothed jaws to slide and clamp onto boards, fittings, and other objects for pulling, prying, and straightening. The jaw also includes a fully adjustable, extra-deep claw with extendable foot combine to provide maximum access and leverage for pulling the longest nails as well as a striking head for banging in nails.
The comfortable, durable two-tone rubber grip provides control and added safety while applying force during tasks or when carrying around the job site. It's completed by a traditional split end crow bar shape for maximum prying strength and large nail pulling.
Code Red renovation and demolition tools are designed around powerful innovations that enable you to attack renovation projects from the best angle, adjust your tool to fit the task, and get the job done faster and easier. And they're built to survive the toughest demolition jobs.
Crescent DB24 24-inch adjustable pry bar
Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2007, the Crescent brand adjustable wrench is the flagship tool and a true American icon. It is prized by tradesmen and homeowners alike for its utility and durability. Today, Crescent offers many other high quality tools, including tongue and grove pliers, locking pliers, screwdrivers, and nutdrivers.
Cannot rate 5 stars until I put it to use but finish and function are smooth. We shall see but expect good performance..Published 1 month ago by T from Tennessee
I have a different bar that doesn't adjust the jaw; it's slipping most of the time. Because I'm able to adjust the jaw size it doesn't slipped. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tony Stekar
My husband saw this in Family Handyman and needed to have it. I ordered it for his birthday. He loves it for all the remodeling tasks which we have been doing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by FranGran
No wonder the design has won awards. This is the pry bar we didn't know we needed til Crescent Code Red invented it -- or reinvented the pry bar. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeffrey E. Farance
It sure makes a difference when you have the right tool for the job. Wish I would havde bought one sooner.Published 5 months ago by Mickiel R. Benson
Well thought out design, I have not had a chance to use this tool but have high hopes for its performancePublished 5 months ago by Charles A. Anderson