|Item Weight||8.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 7 x 2 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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|Item Dimensions||30 x 7 x 2 in||2 x 5 x 15 in||—||15 x 3 x 1.75 in||7.75 x 2.75 x 36 in||14.25 x 3.81 x 2.38 in|
Fatmax Fubar III, 30', Utility Bar, The Ultimate 8 In 1 Demolition Tool, Prying, Splitting, Board Bending & Heavy Striking Jobs, Superior Leverage, Sledge Hammer Face, 2 Tier Board Grabber Standard Framing & Decking, Nail Puller & Pry Bar, Textured Rubber Grip, Also Has Hydrant Wrench & Gas Shut Off Wrench.
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The ultimate multi-purpose demolition tool
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This thing is very rigid and does not produce any substantial vibration, probably due to it's forged construction.
It's well coated, probably powder coated (see photos).
The "handles" are inserted flush with the rest of the bar and are easily removable (presumably for repair or maybe easy customization? ....maybe some custom hardwood handles....hhmmmm)
I'll update this after I've finally used the thing
WHAT THE FUBAR III OFFERS
This is a multi-faceted tool. A 30 inch one-piece forged steel bar that is beveled and split on one end with the other end serving as a hammer and board grabber. The shaft between the two “business” ends of this tool is squared, with defined edges that offer a solid gripping surface.
One of the biggest attributes of this tool is the simple, but effective design. The almost yard-long length provided ample leverage for most any general demolition or prying purpose. Being a single-piece tool, there is no worry of heavy use deteriorating the tool and causing parts to dangerously separate (like a sledgehammer head coming off the handle). The rather even distribution of the bar’s weight makes this extremely easy to wield.
The “striking” end of the FUBAR III is hammer-like with a flat striking-head that protrudes from one side and an “F-shaped” jaw with teeth protruding from the other side. The hammer head is sizeable enough to bust 2x4s with relative ease and the grabbing sized is great for grabbing onto the same-sized boards to bend and break. The prying end has a graduated thickness for much better prying leverage than flat prying bars.
While the ends of the FUBAR III are certainly effective in both design and function, the shaft is what makes this tool work so well. Aside from somewhat squared shape of the handle, the shaft is recessed on both sides to accommodate textured rubber grips to be bolted into the tool, creating a flush surface grip rather than simply being attached on top. The grips being incorporated into the bar rather than on the bar enhance the one-piece feel to the tool. The end result is a solid, sturdy grip that is critical when using the bar.
While my main use for the FUBAR III is relegated to prying jobs, the striking and grabbing end will allow me to take down the backyard deck rather than pay someone else to do it … I’m looking forward to putting the FUBAR III to full use. While my initial purchase of this bar was simply a whim, I’ve found it to be a handy tool to keep in the back of my SUV … great tool for camping: hammering tent pegs, breaking down wood for a fire and even a convenient personal defense tool.
It's not particularly difficult to make a big heavy tool to break stuff. It's something else entirely to make one that is genuinely well designed, useful, and thoughtful in its features. I really like it for everything from forcing doors to post-flood demolition.
We will see how it holds up to sledgehammer tasks such as hitting a metal wedge to split wood and demolition. I’m very confident that this product will be able to handle the abuse without breaking due to the one piece forged construction and the great thing about being a one piece forged steel tool is that any mistrikes to the handle will most likely do little to nothing.
A lot of the time we’re just knocking the plaster loose with hammers and pulling the lath out, but when it was time to make a mess this was the ticket. The heft and shape make punching through the wall a trivial matter, the jaw is super useful for grabbing a 2xwhatever and either twisting it into place or ripping it out all together. Also as an unexpected bonus the pry bar end is the perfect size and angle to help pull baseboards.
We have this 100 year old house with base boards 8” tall and solid. They were attached to the house with 700 3” nails, like they were responsible for keeping the house from falling down. With this little darling I can gently pull the top away with smaller pry bars and then work the prybar end down to the bottom and lever out the baseboard with out damaging it.