1 step 3 stage GL® Bit (New)$375 with a $290 refundable deposit $85/month rental

$375.00
(4 reviews) Write a Review
Weight:
2.30 LBS
Shipping:
$15.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

The 1 step 3 stage GL® Bit takes the guess work out of lining up the different sizes of bits, so you get a maximum weight bearing capacity out of your Garnier limb®.  We charge $85 monthly rental fee with a $375 deposit at time of purchase.  Send the bit back to us with the order# or name of person who rented the bit and we will refund your deposit of $290.  if you keep the bit  for two months we will refund you $205 etc.

If you are cannot add the GL bit to your cart we are unfortunately out of stock, please purchase the waiting list for the GL bit you want and you will be sent one as soon as we have some in-stock. Wait time for used bits is usually a week after the order is placed.

 Instructional Video for GL installation: See Below

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  • 5
    Worked great with cordless drill!

    Posted by Sam R on 29th Aug 2018

    Worked like a charm. I drilled into an old oak tree with a 20 volt Dewalt cordless dril. Very impressed!

  • 5
    the works

    Posted by Norbert on 10th Aug 2017

    One of a kind bit, easy to use. Well made and will be used more in he future ! Thanks.

  • 5
    Boring

    Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2015

    Excellent drill bit that perfectly matches the various diameters of the g.l. for proper placement.

  • 2
    Worked, but just barely

    Posted by Mike Cochran on 19th Mar 2015

    The middle cutting blade on the bit is only held in place by two hex screws and this is poor solution. I only had three holes to drill and it took me over an hour to do so. The bit worked fine on the first hole but then on the second the cutter became loose and would not rotate and therefore the bit would not advance. This became an exercise of drilling 1/16"-1/8" at a time and then re-aligning the cutter (by guess) and tightening the screws as tight as possible and drilling again.
    Either the cutter needs to be spot welded in place or there needs to be groves milled into the shank to accept the hex screws.
    I think that I deserve the entire bit price returned because of the extreme frustration your lacking bit design caused me.