Carbide Bits

Carbide bits are an essential component in the mining and road-building industry. At Funda Parts, we understand the importance of these robust tools in enhancing the performance and longevity of your heavy machinery. Our carbide bits are designed to handle hard ground and extreme wear conditions, making them an effective solution for gravel maintenance and road milling operations.

Types of Carbide Bits

We offer a wide range of carbide bits to cater to various mining needs:

  1. Standard Carbide Bits: Ideal for general mining and road milling applications, these bits offer a balance of durability and cost-effectiveness.

  2. Heavy-Duty Carbide Bits: Designed for extreme conditions, these bits provide superior wear resistance and longevity.

  3. Specialty Carbide Bits: These bits are designed for specific applications, such as asphalt cutting or concrete breaking, providing optimal performance in specialized tasks.


We carry carbide bits from a variety of top brands in the industry. Our selection ensures that you can find the perfect fit for your equipment and application. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What makes carbide bits more effective than standard steel bits?

A: Carbide bits are made with a tungsten carbide insert, a material much harder than steel. This makes them more resistant to wear and tear, allowing them to last longer even under extreme conditions.

Q: How often should I replace my carbide bits?

A: The lifespan of a carbide bit depends on the type of ground it’s used on and the intensity of the work. However, regular inspection for wear and tear is recommended. If a bit becomes too worn or damaged, it should be replaced immediately to maintain optimal performance.

Q: Can I use any brand of carbide bits on my equipment?

A: While carbide bits are generally universal, it’s always best to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for your specific equipment. At Funda Parts, we can help you find the right bits for your machinery.

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