|Item Weight||8.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 6.9 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||55-120|
|Size||8.5 - pounds|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Stanley FatMax Xtreme 55-120 FuBar III
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- Excellent for prying, splitting, board bending and heavy striking jobs
- 30 No. 8221; length and No. 8211; superior leverage
- 8.5-pound total weight is precision balanced for maximum striking power
- 2-tier jaw sized for 2x lumber and decking
- Textured grip for excellent control and comfort
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my buddy calls me one day and asks me to come over and help him take down the shed out behind his house. i go over there, fubar in hand, and i start destroying the thing. there is nothing so satisfying, as smashing things up. and this is definitely the tool to do it. i had half the thing down before my friend even got started.
i give this thing 5 stars. because it does exactly what its supposed to do. and it is perfect at what it does. so whether you're looking to demolish something...or you're getting weapons togeather for the zombie appocalypse...this tool is for you.
I've seen some reviews almost suggesting that this could be a home defense weapon. I'm not sure about that, not because the FuBar wouldn't be up to it, but because I think it'd be hard to use in a hallway. Really, it's more of a medieval weapon for an open field! That being said, I keep mine under my bed in case there is a fire or storm or whatever and I need to extricate my family from the house. I totally love this thing and I highly recommend it to you.
I originally got this tool to use at work where there is no ambulance service or jaws of life. I now find this tool more useful than the ordinary crowbar it replaced.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cooler then it looked, and it looked cool. Excalibur of pry bars.Published 13 days ago by John Heilker
just remember... there is no job too small to justify use of the fubar... or to annihilate an old kitchen... or chimney... or fence. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got this for demolition and potential car-jackers , in case anyone wants to steal my 17 year old truck with 400,000 on the odometer . The jaws are handy and the heft is nice .Published 1 month ago by nopainnopain
Doing a complete home remodel - this is a must! My husband LOVES it! I honestly think he grunted like Tim Allen from Home Improvement when he opened the box. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BadLuckArtInkandRestoration
high quality tool, though admittedly not one that will get used every day. Glad to have itPublished 2 months ago by Paul Heck