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IRWIN 9-in 6-TPI Demolition Reciprocating Saw Blade - $1.31 @ Lowe's + Free Store Pickup

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I use similar DeWalt blades to cut 50-60 cypress knees every year in my lawn because the person living there before me had the bright idea of planting cypress trees.

Few year ago one grew so wide and thick that when I hit it with my riding lawn mower it made me dead stop from full speed and almost ejected me from the seat lol.

Now I hunt them every year before I need to start cutting grass again.
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Wow, save 36 cents.... Really?
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Wow, save 36 cents.... Really?
No luck, nothing in stock near me.

And no it's no.36 cents. Theses are $6+ anywhere else. Great deal.
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I use similar DeWalt blades to cut 50-60 cypress knees every year in my lawn because the person living there before me had the bright idea of planting cypress trees.

Few year ago one grew so wide and thick that when I hit it with my riding lawn mower it made me dead stop from full speed and almost ejected me from the seat lol.

Now I hunt them every year before I need to start cutting grass again.
Call a stump grinder. Cheaper In the long run compared to mower damage.
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Call a stump grinder. Cheaper In the long run compared to mower damage.
The Trees are so big its worth having the shade in the summer verse the hassle of cutting knees for one day before i need to start mowing. Unless i miss one they normally don't grow fast enough to be a problem until the next year.
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what no love here without a BS link
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I looked at a dozen zip codes with no luck. Do you know where they have stock?
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I looked at a dozen zip codes with no luck. Do you know where they have stock?
Here's the BS link: https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000357763

This morning you could order online and have it shipped to a store, looks like it might be OOS online so it's a big YMMV now. Good luck!
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Here's the BS link: https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000407493

This morning you could order online and have it shipped to a store, looks like it might be OOS online so it's a big YMMV now. Good luck!
Thanks for the link, but for a different product-


Bosch Bulldog CORE18V SDS-Plus Cordless Rotary Hammer (2-Batteries and Charge Included)
MSRP: $767.00
Product #: 1000407493
UPC: 000346493849
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I use similar DeWalt blades to cut 50-60 cypress knees every year in my lawn because the person living there before me had the bright idea of planting cypress trees.

Few year ago one grew so wide and thick that when I hit it with my riding lawn mower it made me dead stop from full speed and almost ejected me from the seat lol.

Now I hunt them every year before I need to start cutting grass again.
These are demolition blades, and not well suited for plain wood. They are thicker than normal "wood with nails" blades, and will take more effort to cut with. You can tell the demolition and "wood with nails" blades by their flat teeth, just like the metal cutting blades.

For wood without nails, look for the blades that have teeth ground to a point. They have an alternating pattern. They work MUCH better, unless you hit a nail of course. Cleaner cut, less effort and faster.

A pruning blade might also work, but being roots, might be a bit hard for them They look like bowsaw blades with really spaced out teeth in a very thin blade. They cut fast and with generally less effort, but only in green wood.

My favorite blades for plain wood cutting, whether green, dried, or in the workshop, are the progressor style made by Bosch [amazon.com].

But if you are looking to take down a wall, the blade in this post is a good choice, and this price is good.
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Thanks for the link, but for a different product-


Bosch Bulldog CORE18V SDS-Plus Cordless Rotary Hammer (2-Batteries and Charge Included)
MSRP: $767.00
Product #: 1000407493
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Oops, sorry. This one should work:
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000357763
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Oops, sorry. This one should work:
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000357763
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none around me, but did find these . . .

DEWALT Construction 2-Pack 12-in Set-Tooth Segmented Carbide Miter/Table Saw Blade Set
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TY OP for the BS link
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These are demolition blades, and not well suited for plain wood. They are thicker than normal "wood with nails" blades, and will take more effort to cut with. You can tell the demolition and "wood with nails" blades by their flat teeth, just like the metal cutting blades.

For wood without nails, look for the blades that have teeth ground to a point. They have an alternating pattern. They work MUCH better, unless you hit a nail of course. Cleaner cut, less effort and faster.

A pruning blade might also work, but being roots, might be a bit hard for them They look like bowsaw blades with really spaced out teeth in a very thin blade. They cut fast and with generally less effort, but only in green wood.

My favorite blades for plain wood cutting, whether green, dried, or in the workshop, are the progressor style made by Bosch [amazon.com].

But if you are looking to take down a wall, the blade in this post is a good choice, and this price is good.
Good info, thanks! I just grabbed these since they were a $1.30 and they are long enough to cut down about 6 inches into dirt.
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