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DEWALT New Pry Bars Are Forged From High Carbon Alloy Steel

 Two new  10-inch DEWALT Pry Bars  – models DWHT55529 and DWHT55524 – are being released this month.  The pry bars are forged from high carbon alloy steel for durability an I-Beam shaft was used to provide strength without weight.

The DEWALT 10-inch Precision Molding Bar – model DWHT55529 – is designed with an extra-wide pry head to help prevent wall damage while removing trim and molding. This tool also features an extra-wide strike surface and flat prying end so the user can accurately strike the bar to get under a nail or even behind the surface to pry.

The DEWALT 10-inch Precision Claw Bar – model DWHT55524 – is designed for precision nail pulling and features a new nail digger which exposes the head of a flush nail for easy removal and minimized damage to the wood. With an extra wide strike surface, users can accurately strike the bar to get under a nail or behind material to pry and for more deeply embedded nails, the tool’s pointed penetration end digs into material to remove them easily.

Complete with a limited lifetime warranty, the new DEWALT precision pry bars will be available at The Home Depot and independent distributors in September 2012 and will each sell for approximately $14.99.

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