How to Seperate Core Drill from Arbour After use
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JonnyFixit
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How to Seperate Core Drill from Arbour After use

Post by JonnyFixit » Tue Jun 21, 2016 4:36 pm

Does anybody have any good advice on separating core drills from the arbour after use. They pretty much always seem to seize on for me, especially a large 117mm but I am sure that I don't need a new arbour for each core drill bit. There is never much to get hold of with the arbour even with a good tommy bar through the bit. Is it just brute force or am I missing something?

welsh brickie
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Re: How to Seperate Core Drill from Arbour After use

Post by welsh brickie » Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:24 pm

WD40 and brute force

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Re: How to Seperate Core Drill from Arbour After use

Post by scotspark » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:15 pm

either put the core in a vice or as I do use an oil filter strap wrench. it lets you get more torque on the core.

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