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Craftsman  8'' Nail Puller

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Capacity:
Overall Dimensions: 8 in.
Product Overview:
Pry Bar Type: Pry bar
Handles:
Handle Type: Steel
Materials & Finish:
Material: High Carbon Steel

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The Craftsman 8" Nail Puller Makes Demo Work Less Work

When you're doing renovations or working with wood, you want a 8" nail puller to help you pry up those nasty nails that are in the way. Even if you're removing trim, this puller and pry tool is invaluable. Some people say it's like having an extra pair of hands. It's a beast that can rip up nails as fast as you can position the claws around the nail head, but it doesn't take a ton of elbow grease to get this tool to smoothly and quickly do its job.

This versatile Craftsman 8" nail puller is small enough to get into narrow, restricted and tight places, but it still delivers the power you need to pull out the nails. The quality of this tool is undeniable. It is made from high carbon steel for strength and prying power, and you don't have to worry about it breaking, as it's up to the job.

  • This 8" nail puller has flat claws so you can get under the nail head easily
  • The high carbon steel is drop forged for strength
  • You get extra leverage from this tool due to the powerful rocker head
  • Use this handy little demolition tool to pull up tacks and nails, and also use it to pry trim from walls
  • The flat claws are engineered to slip under the nail head with the least amount of damage to wood

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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7 Reviewers (88.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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BlackDecker

Brooklyn, NY

Nov 26 , 2014
via sears.com
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Nail Puller

The item is excellent for pulling nails and convenient. I bought this to pull window nails and I feel its an excellent choice and affordable.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Warhawkpilot

Newton, NJ

Oct 31 , 2014
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Craftsman nail puller

This has to be the best tool for the job! I was amazed at how easy the nail puller got under the nail without causing much to any damage to the wood. This is the best nail puller I have used to date!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Warhawkpilot

Newton, NJ

Oct 28 , 2014
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Craftsman nail puller

I can't believe I waited so long to get this! This made pulling nails a sinch! I was amazed at how easily it would go under the nail and how little damage it did to the wood the nail was in. I've used many nail pullers in my job doing construction but this is the best I've used so far! This is a must have!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Mar 28 , 2014
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Decent Puller

It is very small but I guess it works ok with smaller nails. It also works good with prying trim off of walls.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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bbar

Lawton, OK

Nov 22 , 2013
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Perfect

This nail puller was just exactly the right tool for the project I had. It is small enough to get into tight places and still have the power needed to pull out the nails.


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sumdumguy

Sarasota, FL

Sep 28 , 2013
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Works like it should

seems nice and beefy. couple this with a hammer and you can do a bang up job of pulling nails! i dont expect any problems from this do to strength or design. comes in handy. i would recommend this to others.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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deloppoled

Saint Paul, MN

Jun 20 , 2013
via kmart.com
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Best 8 inches on the market today

I was thinking about getting a bigger nail puller because while eight inches sounds like a huge monster nail puller, when I looked at my ruler, eight inches no longer seemed all that long. The eight inch nail puller conversation came up while my father and brother and I were speaking at a family get-together and they both pretty much guaranteed that eight inches would be plenty and any more than eight inches would be overkill for any job around the house. They both said that their wives like the eight inches size too because it's small enough to get a good grip on, while not being too big that it wouldn't fit into any of the places that nails may be present. In the world of nail pullers size does indeed matter and eight inches is plenty for any household chore. Perhaps people in the construction industry would need longer ones, I'm not sure since I've never worked in that field.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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tuned944

Floyds Knobs, IN

May 17 , 2011
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A Great Demolition Aide...

If someone asked you to design the perfect Nail Puller/Pry Bar, I bet you would come up with a design much like this. This collection of bars comes in two different lengths to ensure that you have the right size tool for the job.

Each of these beasts is drop forged which makes for some of the strongest possible prying action. The business ends of this bar are flat backed allowing the user to apply prying pressure without the worry of damaging the surface. The "V" shaped claws are thoughtfully designed to engage a wide variety of nail sizes and are useful in removing nails with our without heads.

Well, if you did design this Nail Puller/Pry Bar you would have developed what is probably the best little demolition tool in the industry. The only problem is that Craftsman developed it first!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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