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Post #163864493 added 06-04-2023 1:25 PM by mteek in Hot Deals
I found these, but instead of a “2 pack” it was just a “1 pack” that had an applied label stating ‘Free Bonus Blade’. These were mixed in with rest.
Post #163768712 added 05-30-2023 11:38 AM by SharpSnow162 in Hot Deals
A tip: use an angle grinder and grind out a new mounting tang. In a minute you can save the blade. My favorite hack is to take a broken hacksaw blade and grind a tang for use in the sawsall - it's...
Post #163760072 added 05-29-2023 8:52 PM by EfficientKnob7763 in Hot Deals
I don't know about this blade but some carbide blades cut cast iron as regular bi- metal blades don't work at all its the material used and pitch of the teeth
Post #163757837 added 05-29-2023 5:54 PM by The_Sandster in Hot Deals
Good deal indeed. Thanks!
Post #163756412 added 05-29-2023 4:09 PM by CalamityJoe in Hot Deals
Diablo blades definitely worth the money. Cut through a 4inch metal pipe with a thickness of about ⅜.... Cut like butter. All the other blades I tried were basically like using a screwdriver to...
Post #163755704 added 05-29-2023 3:09 PM by TreeGuyBobby in Hot Deals
OOS Dead...
Post #163754867 added 05-29-2023 2:13 PM by lennonst in Hot Deals
Identical except for the fact they don't have carbide teeth. Now will two milwaukee blades last as long or longer than 5 cheap chinesium ones? Who knows. I'd bet on the milwaukee.
Post #163754441 added 05-29-2023 1:47 PM by inspir3d in Hot Deals
if you are using it for pruning, just buy the 5TPI generics off amazon (5 for like 11 or 12$, they are the same type of blade, put them next to each other pretty sure they are identical.
Post #163742201 added 05-28-2023 5:03 PM by spunwasi in Hot Deals
I noticed that with the oscillating tool blades too. What a weird thing to have in common.
Post #163739873 added 05-28-2023 1:49 PM by stevefernandez6 in Hot Deals
In my experience the Milwaukee blades tend to break off where it attaches to the sawzall more often. The Diablo blades tend to be more tougher. I do junk removal and we have to cut up a lot of stuff.
Post #163735862 added 05-28-2023 9:04 AM by this n00b again in Hot Deals
Depends on what you’re cutting but the wrecker lasts longer. Ax maybe faster. Good deal.
Post #163732142 added 05-27-2023 10:43 PM by Passions in Hot Deals
This might be a good deal too, 18 blades for $29. (2 carbide). ...
Post #163732058 added 05-27-2023 10:31 PM by Caleo in Hot Deals
I think it is. It doesn't seem like these carbide blades go on sale often
Post #163719803 added 05-27-2023 6:22 AM by james04 in Hot Deals
Thank you for posting this!
Post #163718174 added 05-26-2023 11:56 PM by karazi in Hot Deals
the wrecker is indeed a beast...not sure if these are good prices or not, i guess ill do a little research as i need another one
Post #163753460 added 05-26-2023 11:49 PM by SlickDealio in Hot Deals
Home Depot has 2-Pack Milwaukee 9" Carbide SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blades on sale from $10.97. Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available. Thanks to Community Member jimmytx...
Post #163718135 added 05-26-2023 11:49 PM by jimmytx in Hot Deals
Supposedly Diablo blades are the ones to get, but I noticed that Milwaukee has the 2-pack reciprocating saw blades for nearly the same price as just one Diablo blade. Hopefully they compare well. ...

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