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I've got an upcoming job were we are going to need to purchase a t-drill for. My question is what is the major difference between the t-55 and t-60? I know the T-60 is the current model and the t-55 bit shanks have to be cut down in length to fit the t-60's but performance and reliability wise is there really any difference? reason for asking is I have two used tools I'm looking at both is good shape but I can get the t-55 for around $1500 less.
I would love to save the $1500 dollars but I also want a good reliable tool that will pull many tees for me over the next 20 years. :-)