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Old 11-19-2008, 06:33 AM   #1
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Go to www.cutsomething.com. Take a quick little survey and wait 6-8 weeks. Did it this morning. Free is free.
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Old 11-19-2008, 07:26 AM   #2
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I hope i getem.

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I like their blades.
Free is good.
Thanks.
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Thanks,I'm in.
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Did it.

Thanks for the tip.
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I guess I will get a chance to see if they are better than Milwaukee - for free, even better. Thanks
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Short and Sweet!!!

Check this out as well (Same Site).

http://www.thesitecommander.com/
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Great...Thanks! Am a Milwaukee Sawzall guy, and interested in trying this new blade. (Also have a Ridgid cordless but can not recommend it - thumbs down, unlike many of their other tools that I am completely happy with). Checked out the Lenox site, nice tools!
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Great...Thanks! Am a Milwaukee Sawzall guy, and interested in trying this new blade. (Also have a Ridgid cordless but can not recommend it - thumbs down, unlike many of their other tools that I am completely happy with). Checked out the Lenox site, nice tools!

I am a big fan of the RIDGID and have their Recipro. Used it once on a quickie. Got it new, "open box", with Light and Charger and Battery for, get this....................... $60.00!

Sometimes H/D Delivers!!!

What do you not like about it? Again I have ONLY used it once and it was a quickie! I did not buy it because I needed it, I bought it because it was RIDICULOUSLY INEXPENSIVE and matched my other Cordless Tools.
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Interesting, they only only give you four choices for brand you use now, with no other.
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aparently Alaska and Hawaii are no longer states?
Noticed this on the site as we often have to use our zip code with hawaii as the state mail still gets to us.
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canada doesnt exist.....
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Too bad they don't have a pull down for:

"I buy the cheapest blades I can find because they all stink after three cuts"
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Too bad they don't have a pull down for:

"I buy the cheapest blades I can find because they all stink after three cuts"

HOW TRUE
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Quote:
Too bad they don't have a pull down for:

"I buy the cheapest blades I can find because they all stink after three cuts"


i second that!
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MALCO,

I'm a fan of Ridgid tools too: and I own drills, sanders, shop vacs, miter saws, even blades. Have the 18V recip saw and it just doesn't compare to the Milwaukee. Only two gripes, the battery runs out very quickly when cutting steel, and second, too much play in the blade mount. Still use it, but reach for the Milwaukee first on any tough cuts. This Ridgid saw is not up to the quality of the eight or so other Ridgid power tools I use.

Now, if I had paid only $60 for it, on a good deal like you enjoyed, might see it differently.

The lifetime guarantee is what sells me on the Ridgid tools I do have!
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MALCO,

I'm a fan of Ridgid tools too: and I own drills, sanders, shop vacs, miter saws, even blades. Have the 18V recip saw and it just doesn't compare to the Milwaukee. Only two gripes, the battery runs out very quickly when cutting steel, and second, too much play in the blade mount. Still use it, but reach for the Milwaukee first on any tough cuts. This Ridgid saw is not up to the quality of the eight or so other Ridgid power tools I use.

Now, if I had paid only $60 for it, on a good deal like you enjoyed, might see it differently.

The lifetime guarantee is what sells me on the Ridgid tools I do have!

Absolutely!!!!!

I "stole" it from H/D at 59th Street and Third Ave!!! They have NO "Real" lumber. No "Real" Plumbing and no "Real" anything.........

They are an Upper, Upper, Middle Class Purveyor of DIY Bullcrap!!!

No one was going to buy what I snatched from them!!!!!

But Boy-O-Boy, do they have a GREAT plumbing FIXTURE department!!!
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I did the survey... I love Lenox blades! I get the 10" aggressive ones, the flex to 90 degrees while cutting, and my local saw shop sharpens 'em for .75 cents.
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I'm in too. Thanks. I mostly use Milwaukee 5 pk. and Dewalt hole saws.

We'll see.
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Did it, thanks for the info . I use Lenox for my sawzall and hole saws. Only other alternative for hole saws is Blue Mole IMO.

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