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    Default Have questions about the tool,

    Good Morning, My email is HRB123@AOL.COM I am a fire fighter in a city in New Jersey. We are looking into this tool we currently have hurst, amkus, holmatro, on alot of different trucks not one vehicle. lol. I am looking at the beast combo tool the numbers look good power wise thou from someone in the field who has swicthed the head over How hard is it? That seems to be the big concern. I dont mind having to switch over if its the most powerful cutter in our arsenal. Feel free to respond to my post or email me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HRB123 View Post
    Good Morning, My email is HRB123@AOL.COM I am a fire fighter in a city in New Jersey. We are looking into this tool we currently have hurst, amkus, holmatro, on alot of different trucks not one vehicle. lol. I am looking at the beast combo tool the numbers look good power wise thou from someone in the field who has swicthed the head over How hard is it? That seems to be the big concern. I dont mind having to switch over if its the most powerful cutter in our arsenal. Feel free to respond to my post or email me.

    Be Safe
    It only takes a few seconds. It's pretty simple, actually. You pull three pins, slide the head off, slide the new one on, put in three pins.

    The first few times you do it, there's a bit of a learning curve figuring out how far the cylinder needs to be out for each head to go on easily. Once you have a feel for that, there's no reason you can't change heads in 30 seconds or so.

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