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Milwaukee 49-56-9085 10-Piece Big Hawg Kit

4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Ten times faster than hole saws
  • 600 holes without resharpening
  • Easy plug removal
  • Maximum durability against unintended nail impacts
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Product Description

Product Description

10 Piece Hole Cutter Kit The Milwaukee Big Hawg's aggressive tooth geometry drills 10 times faster than hole saws. The innovative three tooth design allows you to drill up to 600 holes without resharpening. The deep gullets and reduced pilot bit shank deliver easy plug removal saving you time and money. The hardened steel teeth provide maximum durability against unintended nail impacts. Features: Includes 2-1/8", 2-1/4", 2-9/16", 3", 3-5/8", 4-1/4" Hole Cutters and Carrying Case 10 Pieces 5 Pounds Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.

From the Manufacturer

The Milwaukee Big Hawg's Aggressive Tooth Geometry drills 10-times faster than hole saws. The innovative three tooth design allows you to drill up to 600 holes without resharpening. The deep gullets and reduced pilot bit shank deliver easy plug removal saving you time and money. The Milwaukee Big Hawg's hardened steel teeth provide maximum durability against unintended nail impacts.

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Technical Details

Part Number 495-49-56-9085
Item Weight 7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions 10 x 8.7 x 5 inches
Item model number 49-56-9085
Size 10
Color NA
Material other
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B0013WCSZ4
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #40,178 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#5 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Power Drill Parts & Accessories > Drill Bits > Self-Feed Drill Bits
Shipping Weight 7.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available November 29, 2006

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Customer Reviews

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I'm a huge Milwaukee fan and a Professional Electrical Contractor and have put these to the test in the field. I really wanted these to work out but unfortunately they did not. They do not cut a clean hole and can horribly over cut. For example 3 5/8 can and will cut up to almost a 4" hole. The sharpening kit, which I initially thought sounded like a good idea, but now I quickly realized why they include it, you have to use it constantly and way too often. They bits surprisingly burned out beyond sharpening very fast too. Don't even think about using these where you need a clean hole. I'm pretty sure that Milwaukee will end up discontinuing this line due to this fact. Everyone of my employees dislike using these as well. I do however like the 3/8" spade bit arbor (hence the 2 stars). I've taken them out of my work vans and now they sit in the shop.
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I bought one of these kits and was pleased with the overall performance in wood even with 14v cordless drills. The big side gullets help clear the shavings as you drill and the 3 teeth counterbalance each other and cutting is a lot smoother than when using the Lenox One-Tooth hole cutter. The cutting teeth are made from high speed steel so they dull quickly in anything other than soft wood.

Milwaukee provides a tiny diamond file in the case to sharpen the teeth but a longer one will work much faster and keep your fingers away from the teeth. Pilot bit is a wood spade drill and 1/3 of the improved performance of the hole cutter is this drill. Replace it with a twist bit and you will be sorry you did - slower drilling and much harder to get the cut slug out of the hole cutter.

The case looked neat at first but then I realized two defects, one small and one very big. The small defect is not having a place for either a 1/2" hole saw arbor or for a 4-5/8" hole saw (for 4" pipe). The big defect is that the case only holds 8 hole cutters, or 2 per space. The hole cutters with their thick walls and large teeth cannot be stacked the way a bi-metal hole so can and they are two tall to stack more than two in each space in the case. While this is better than the Bosch TCHS and Bosch quick change kits that only take one hole saw per space, it is still a far cry from other hole cutter kit cases, including those from Milwaukee.

You may be able to add a few bi-metal hole saws in the other sizes commonly needed as the smallest Big Hawg that Milwaukee makes is a large 2-1/8 inches. 75% of the hole saw sizes needed for electrical or plumbing work are not available as Big Hawg hole saws which may be why Milwaukee only offers this size case with them.
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Pro: cut very fast in wood, good balance with 3 cutting teeth, deeper cutting than any bi-metal hole saw, cut piece comes out easily, sturdy case, uses 5/8-18 arbor with standard 1/4" pilot bits, includes tiny diamond sharpening tool and hex wrench for arbor.

Cons: high speed steel cutting teeth are limited to wood, limited number of sizes with none smaller than 2-1/8 inches, case holds 4-1/4 inch as largest size and 8 hole cutters at most.

Much faster than a bi-metal hole saw in wood and drills can cut twice as big a hole with the same drill. Good hole cutter for use with cordless drills. Vastly superior to Lenox One Tooth but not quite as good as the Blue Boar.
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I bought this set because I thought it would do a better job cutting large holes compared to the Milwaukee Plumber's boring kit I already own. I should have returned it because I rarely use any of the bits - they are simply too coarse. The standard plumbers bits doe a much better job in terms of hole quality and while not as fast, are easier to use and I use them 90% of the time. I should have saved my money. Not a good choice, at least for me.
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I have used selffeed bits for the past 35 years in the plumbing trade but now that there are more nails and screws to dill with it has been hard to keep them sharp and not damaged well the first day I used these holes saws with a cordless drill I was sold. I hope they will make more sizes

Virgil M
Plumber
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These bits are simply awesome. I am a plumber and have used these since 2012 on large wood buildings. I have went through quite a few. They were used on a 150 unit, and 2 60 unit buildings so I have drilled thousands of holes. I do not understand the complaints. Maybe its because the people buying them have never used standard self feed bits. If you are buying these to replace self feed bits you will be happy. If you are a homeowner, electrician, pipefitter and only are drilling a couple holes and don't know how to get aggressive with a hole hawg, maybe you wont love these.

Since the invention of nail guns our bits were doomed. If you hit a nail with these you just keep drilling. There are a few tricks to learn with these.
First thing I do it score the pilot bit with a grinder where the set screw mates with it. Just a few lines. I also lock tight the set screw as well. This solved the problem with a loosening pilot bit. Carry a beater screwdriver for plug removal. Sharpening these is easy, forget the included sharpener, I just use a grinder on the face of each tooth, never the top. Quickly grind until you have a burr, don't over heat, quick and easy. The most common size 2 9/16(for me anyways) just gets replaces more often....they are cheap, who cares. If the plug starts to get tough to remove you need a new pilot bit, but normally I just push a little harder, and use the screwdiver to aid in plug removal. Its just not worth it to me to change pilot bits all the time. Using a standard twist bit generally doesn't work because they are simply too hard and will break off, and as I said, you do have to get a little aggressive with these bits, angling the drill, actually pushing. Hole accuracy has not been a problem.
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