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2-Pk Milwaukee 9" 3 TPI The AX Reciprocating Saw Blade w/ Carbide Teeth EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 2-Pack Milwaukee 9" 3 TPI The AX Reciprocating Saw Blade with Carbide Teeth for Pruning & Clean Wood (48-00-5232) on sale for $9.97. Shipping is free.

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If you are actually using them to prune, yea. Rougher but way faster cut. I love using my sawzall for pruning because the blades aren't immediately wrecked if they come in contact with dirt, unlike a chainsaw.

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Are these worth buying over their wood blade counterparts?
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Quote from YouDealWithThat :
Are these worth buying over their wood blade counterparts?
If you are actually using them to prune, yea. Rougher but way faster cut. I love using my sawzall for pruning because the blades aren't immediately wrecked if they come in contact with dirt, unlike a chainsaw.
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^ so true reciprocator saw vs chainsaw
good deal thanks
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Same: I use wood blades (8tpi) but it's pretty slow. These should go faster. I use my hackzall for the lighter weight carry up high
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Thanks. I've got an old grapefruit tree that I sadly need to put out to pasture, and these will come in handy Frown
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This are good for hackzall ?
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I've been using Skil 4-5 tpi pruning blades for several years. They usually run just under $15 for a 5 pack. No complaints but am tempted to buy these to compare.
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will these work with the hackzall?
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For pruning blades, try the Diablo blades. Been really happy with them. I think Milwaukee makes great tools and I own a ton of them, but their consumables (blades, bits, etc) aren't necessarily the best.
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This are good for hackzall ?
Yes! I've cut some pretty big stuff with these and the hacksall that I keep in my trunk. Keep in mind that the stroke on hacksall is shorter than a sawsall so you will have to move the blade around more to clear the chips.
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Quote from brettcp :
For pruning blades, try the Diablo blades. Been really happy with them. I think Milwaukee makes great tools and I own a ton of them, but their consumables (blades, bits, etc) aren't necessarily the best.
+1 for Diablo blades. The small trees around my AC unit were above the roof but a Diablo blade on my Ryobi reciprocating saw made quick work to get them looking good.
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Quote from Firebird :
will these work with the hackzall?
Yes !!!
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I've been using the HF 9 inch 5 tpi. They are about $9 for a 5 pack. Most pruning blades work up to about 3 inch branches.
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