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New carbide "Tuff Kid" on the block

Just wanted everyone to beware of a new "Tuff Kid" on the block. He is actually a big "Bully". His name is "Peeler" and he eats hickory at a very fast pace as if it were butter. I'm talking about my new toy Santa brought me. The carbide roughing tool "The Peeler" from J&B tools. I gave it a test run today and I was impressed with how well it performed and how quick it did the rough cuts as well as some cuts.It really made the chips fly. The tool is well made,sturdy,solid and no chatter or catches either. I was impressed ! Kudos to J&B, they have a winner in my book.
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