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Old 04-11-2015, 04:01 PM   #1
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I just picked these up to cut off my loose ball, I mean trailer ball.

Cut it in one continuous cut in the same position, porter cable tiger claw pushed hard against the nose for no vibration.

I was shocked, good blade. I am in no way brand loyal, as you can see.
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Old 04-11-2015, 04:04 PM   #2
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I like their Fire Rescue blades. My favorite are the Lenox with the gold teeth.
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For metal, you can't beat Milwaukee's Torch.
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Really? Like I said. This blade was like knife through butter.

No brand loyalty, just results!
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The older Dewalt metal blades were awful. Good to hear that they have stepped up to the plate.
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The older Dewalt metal blades were awful. Good to hear that they have stepped up to the plate.
Yeah I bought a pack of the yellow dewalt blades a while back and they were the thinnest/crappiest/most worthless blades I ever used.
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Yeah I bought a pack of the yellow dewalt blades a while back and they were the thinnest/crappiest/most worthless blades I ever used.
The blue Irwin metal blades are just as bad I wouldn't be surprised to find out that they are the same just different paint colors.

I made the mistake of buying a 25 pack of the Irwins last year. Got about 21 of them left in my trailer. Too expensive to throw away too junky to use.
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The blue Irwin metal blades are just as bad I wouldn't be surprised to find out that they are the same just different paint colors.

I made the mistake of buying a 25 pack of the Irwins last year. Got about 21 of them left in my trailer. Too expensive to throw away too junky to use.
I find that they're great for stirring paint...
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I find that they're great for stirring paint...
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