Pry bars use their body to pull objects apart. They have a specialized head to slide underneath an object to provide leverage and create space. Pry bars have a range of uses and are categorized as aligning, wrecking, flat, rolling head, adjustable indexing, claw, specialty, digging, die separating, and manhole cover pry bars.
Aligning Pry Bars
Also known as sleeve bars, aligning pry bars are designed to align bolt holes and other mating holes.
For heavy-duty prying applications and demolition work.
Flat Pry Bars
Ideal for prying, scraping, and pulling. Used to remove nails and tacks.
Rolling Head Pry Bars
Also known as ladyfoot bars, rolling head pry bars provide extra leverage to pry objects apart effectively.
Adjustable Indexing Pry Bars
Multiple different head positions allow these pry bars fit into hard-to-access spots for maximum leverage.
Designed to remove embedded or headless nails and tacks.
Variety of multi-tools for prying, splitting, bending, and striking.
Provide leverage while digging dirt, soil, gravel, and asphalt.
Die Separating Bars
Used to separate and remove die blocks and plates.
Manhole Cover Lift Bars
Lift manhole covers and drain gates safely while protecting hands from injury.