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post #1 of 5 Old 12-13-2013, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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Bolt Buster vs Mini Inductor II?

Bolt Buster Vs. Mini Inductor II ??

During the holidays, I'm looking at purchasing an induction tool. The question is which one? There seems to be two games in town! So which is the best one to purchase??

There is the Bolt Buster II, which has 9 coils and sold at $369 Then we have the Mini Ductor with 3 coils, for $489 on Amazon.

A casual observation is it's easier to find places to purchase the Bolt Buster, as apposed to the Mini Ductor. Also, pricing on the MD is all over the place.....

At this point in time, I'm looking at the Bolt Buster! Does anyone have any preferences of one over the other????

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post #2 of 5 Old 12-13-2013, 04:24 PM
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I haven't used the Bolt buster II, I have used the mini ductor. The MD got the job done, this was in a repair shop so the coils were consumed fairly fast. However never a problem with the body. For one person use, I would buy a MD. But this a one sided review. Ron

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Just incase anyone was wonder what type of equipment they are talking about...
http://www.theinductor.com/index.php?m=41

http://www.boltbusterinc.com/

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Interesting... I've never seen those before. I always just weld a nut onto frozen/broken bolts and use an impact to spin them out (while they're still really hot).

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post #5 of 5 Old 12-15-2013, 07:30 PM
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These are designed only heat what is inside the coils, and heat transfer. This prevents other damage from flame. Ron

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