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Author Topic: Daiblo 9 in. 5 TPI Fleam Ground/Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blade 5pack for $11  (Read 257 times)

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-9-in-5-TPI-Fleam-Ground-Pruning-Reciprocating-Saw-Blade-DS0905FG/203464862

single pack is sold out only the 5pack left just click to quality tab to drop down and select 5
looks like ship to store only


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Hmm that's pretty handy. One of the harder prune spots is when a limb is trifurcated, and one only wants to cut the middle branch out of the "fork." That would fit right in. Also, root pruning destroys blades (due to sand / dirt abrasive action). Wonder if this would hold up?
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Hmm that's pretty handy. One of the harder prune spots is when a limb is trifurcated, and one only wants to cut the middle branch out of the "fork." That would fit right in. Also, root pruning destroys blades (due to sand / dirt abrasive action). Wonder if this would hold up?

These blades hold up well and cut very fast through wood. I used them for years in Florida mainly for oak tree root removal  when replacing concrete pours that were damaged by roots. Can make excellent plunge cuts when the reciprocating saw isnít in orbital mode and held at an angle. This style blade comes in many brand names. All have had similar quality. They are ultra sharp but will dull with  exposure to sand. That wasnít a problem as the blade cost was much less than the extra time spent without using this type blade. As I learned the hard way they are sharp and can remove a finger nail quickly.
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