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Old 01-18-2019, 11:29 AM   #21
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City, a contractor I know does a lot of those pavers on pedestals. He says that they are really hard on blades, even with using the right blade, dressing, etc. I think they were going through a blade per balcony.
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City, a contractor I know does a lot of those pavers on pedestals. He says that they are really hard on blades, even with using the right blade, dressing, etc. I think they were going through a blade per balcony.
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If you don't need clean cuts . Use one of these dry blades. Eat through with zero hassle. And getting around 100-110 cuts per Blade. At 25/ bucks it's money well spent. For this the siding is covering the cut side. On jobs or parts where the cut sides are exposed then the hot dog is used. Or Rubi Arrowhead. You'll get 50-60 very clean cuts and once dulled out they start to bend.
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