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Milwaukee Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade Set (9-Piece) for $14.97 at homedepot.com

Elishaca 1 18 October 6, 2016 at 03:43 AM in Tools (5) More Home Depot Deals
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New for tools here. Can I use this on Dewalt multi tools? Or Dewalt jig saw? Thanks a lot
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New for tools here. Can I use this on Dewalt multi tools? Or Dewalt jig saw? Thanks a lot
These are only for reciprocating saw, so no.
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These are only for reciprocating saw, so no.
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This set doesn't have one, but the pruning blades you can get for reciprocating saws are amazing when you need to cut something too big for a lopper, but not enough you'd need a chainsaw. The blades are also pretty cheap, so you can treat them somewhat poorly and not worry about being out $$$. I used the heck out of two of them when digging paths in my rocky front yard and had a lot of ancient tree roots left over when the former owner had some previous trees removed.
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I'll wait until it gets down to ten again. Just recently replaced my blade.
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Quote from RacinReaver View Post :
This set doesn't have one, but the pruning blades you can get for reciprocating saws are amazing when you need to cut something too big for a lopper, but not enough you'd need a chainsaw. The blades are also pretty cheap, so you can treat them somewhat poorly and not worry about being out $$$. I used the heck out of two of them when digging paths in my rocky front yard and had a lot of ancient tree roots left over when the former owner had some previous trees removed.
Random, but yes, totally agree with this. I get the pack of recip Pruning Blades from Harbor Freight. They're cheap and they tear through limbs really well. Using with a cordless recip saw makes easy quick work of small branches.
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Quote from RacinReaver View Post :
This set doesn't have one, but the pruning blades you can get for reciprocating saws are amazing when you need to cut something too big for a lopper, but not enough you'd need a chainsaw. The blades are also pretty cheap, so you can treat them somewhat poorly and not worry about being out $$$. I used the heck out of two of them when digging paths in my rocky front yard and had a lot of ancient tree roots left over when the former owner had some previous trees removed.
I think a standard 6 or 10 tooth wood cutting blade would be fine for tree trimming considering what material trees are made from.

What's special about pruning blades?
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Quote from jeffsnyder View Post :
I think a standard 6 or 10 tooth wood cutting blade would be fine for tree trimming considering what material trees are made from.

What's special about pruning blades?
they're usually quite long and the teeth are very large/spaced apart for aggressive cutting. Finer teeth get clogged up with the wet pulp of live trees/branches.
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Quote from jeffsnyder View Post :
I think a standard 6 or 10 tooth wood cutting blade would be fine for tree trimming considering what material trees are made from.

What's special about pruning blades?
Those guys work well for thin branches if you don't happen to have a lopper. The large, jagged teeth of the pruning blade can shake thin limbs pretty bad.

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Random, but yes, totally agree with this. I get the pack of recip Pruning Blades from Harbor Freight. They're cheap and they tear through limbs really well. Using with a cordless recip saw makes easy quick work of small branches.
I actually use that multi-position Harbor Freight saw with them. It was something like $12 and has held up like a champ. I've dropped it on a pile of rocks, thrown it in the dirt countless times, and abused the heck out of it, and still works like the day I got it.

I also mentioned the pruning blade because I learned about it from a random post on a thread like this on SD. Smilie
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Just when they are needed for a job, thank you!
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