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How to get the best out of your large crowbar?

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  • Don’t try to use a bar which is too heavy or long for you. Always keep your own height and strength level in mind when choosing the appropriate bar for you.
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  • The pointed or chisel end of a large crowbar could do significant damage to property if used irresponsibly. Don’t start using a large crowbar until you are sure of what you want to do, and where you want to do it.
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  • Work at a slow and steady pace. This is especially important during work which involves breaking through heavy materials; over-exerting yourself too soon will result in the job taking longer overall.
  • Bars should not be used for extremely heavy-duty work. Know your tool’s limits, or you run the risk of bending or breaking it.

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