Stanley FatMax Xtreme 55-120 FuBar III
Destroying things can be a lot of fun. It's sort of like framing in that not only can you really see the results of your work, but it tends to go quickly as well, not to mention that some gorilla brain deep inside your head craves the feel of smashing things. But it's usually not so fun that you want to spend two weeks doing it. So for the bigger jobs you might want to think about speeding things up by using Stanley's FatMax Xtreme Fubar III.
The Fubar III is a crowbar-like wrecking machine. It's got a sledgehammer face, a ripping hook, a 2 tier jaw for both 2x lumber and decking, and a standard nail puller and pry bar. It weighs 8-1/2 lbs, is 30" long (as opposed to the 18" Fubar), and is made out of a single piece of forged steel.
The Fubar III will set you back about $80.
The only problem we see with this tool is that the demo might go so fast, your inner gorilla may not get the needed satisfaction and you may resort to putting your first in a nearby wall.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at September 26, 2007 5:41 AM