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    They have a smaller version, and a larger version. Smaller tool weighs 2.5 #'s and the large tool weighs 8 #'s, almost like a sledge with features.
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    Found some other tools that are good for overhaul. The top three are made by Demo Dawg, they do not have the weight advertised. Next is called the Gutster, some fire departments in the North are using them. And the last set are called "The Wreckers", this is my favorite shape for a pry bar, very versatile..
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    they had this tool at fdic in the spring. It had a hydrant wrench built into the back of the jaws as well as gas shutoff at the pry end. they were asking for ideas and the fire version was supposed to come out around november. It wasn't going to be sold at lowe's or home depot, they said smaller hardware stores like ACE hardware.

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    Got my new issue of the other Fire mag, and it has the new Stanley tool in it...

    http://www.stanleytools.com/default....ble+Entry+Tool
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    Looks like someone at Stanley was listening..........

    I have one of the original FUBAR tools, and it works great for general construction/demolition. Even in it's smaller size, it does well as a prying tool, and with the new larger sizes, it probably could easily be used on most residential doors to force them. I can only surmise that since the original tool is good, solid, well built, fairly fireman proof tool, this new FD versions might catch on. I think the small 18 inch version would be a good tool to carry for an officer.

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    I had some trouble with the above link, I just went to the Stanley home page and looked under new products and found the 3 new versions.
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    Default pictures of a modified Stanley FUBAR

    I know this is an old thread, but I recently modified a FUBAR for use, and I thought I would attache the pics for you to see.

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    Dude, really, resize your pics.

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