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DeWalt DW4528 4-1/2" x 1/8" x 7/8" Concrete/Masonry Cutting Wheel EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has DeWalt DW4528 4-1/2" x 1/8" x 7/8" Concrete/Masonry Cutting Wheel for $1.31. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks brisar

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has DEWALT DW4528 4-1/2" x 1/8" x 7/8" Concrete/Masonry Cutting Wheel

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No rush credit
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Got these last time they were on a deal. Worked will on my DCG413 cutting Lowe's pavers. Had to do both sides, as the disk would not make it all the way through, but it cut pretty easily.
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Personally, I think your better off buying a 'diamond' blade like these from Makita. I wouldn't even dream of using an abrasive type blade like that Dewalt which is going to wear down and get smaller and smaller. Actually I even bought a 7" diamond blade that is normally used on a circular saw, and use it on my 4" grinder to cut through stucco. (Have to be careful - no blade guard) If you were cutting pavers, the 7" blade would be more helpfull

You can get these Diamond blades a lot cheaper - but I like Makita
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Those are garbage
You need a diamond blade as suggested by notreal
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Personally, I think your better off buying a 'diamond' blade like these from Makita. I wouldn't even dream of using an abrasive type blade like that Dewalt which is going to wear down and get smaller and smaller. Actually I even bought a 7" diamond blade that is normally used on a circular saw, and use it on my 4" grinder to cut through stucco. (Have to be careful - no blade guard) If you were cutting pavers, the 7" blade would be more helpfull

You can get these Diamond blades a lot cheaper - but I like Makita
I've seen crazy accidents with people who have used 7" blades on a 4" grinder without a blade gaurd. Please don't listen to this guy and buy a 7" capable grinder. It's not that much more expensive and at least you'll still have your fingers. High speed grinders are very hard to control and jump very easily.
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the new Dewalt mixtape :fire:
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Price shows $1 but goes up to $7 in cart/checkout.
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Comments saw this is for an angle grinder.

Can I not use this blade on my 4.5" Porter Cable circular saw?
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Shows up as $7.63 for me
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I didn't realize they were still selling CDs.
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I've seen crazy accidents with people who have used 7" blades on a 4" grinder without a blade gaurd. Please don't listen to this guy and buy a 7" capable grinder. It's not that much more expensive and at least you'll still have your fingers. High speed grinders are very hard to control and jump very easily.
Beat me to it, do not do what this guy mentioned, please, careful or not, it only takes one mistake, slip, etc. You could literally slip and fall face or chest first into the unguarded blade which is spinning at 10000rpm and will go through your skin and bone like butter
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Shows $7.63.
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