Model # DWHT20541

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DEWALT Flush Cut Pull Saw
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DEWALT

Flush Cut Pull Saw

  • Accommodates both left or right inside cuts
  • Two cutting surfaces with a flexible, durable blade
  • 23-point tooth geometry makes precise, quick cuts
$13.97 /each

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The Dewalt Flush Cut Saw's design allows inside cuts to be made to the left or to the right. This saw has two cutting surfaces and a flexible blade for usability. 23 point tooth geometry makes quick and clean cuts on the pull stroke.

  • Flexible blade creates perfect flush cuts
  • 23-point tooth geometry cuts quickly and cleanly on the pull stroke
  • Double-sided blade for making inside cuts from the left or right
  • Ideal for flooring contractors, Cabinetmakers and woodworkers
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • 5 inch blade

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I need to flush saw installed teak plugs / bungs (will probably just get them close then use chis...

I need to flush saw installed teak plugs / bungs (will probably just get them close then use chisel). Will this do fine work on small jobs like a 3/8" plug or do I need to get something from rockler for this? Thanks....
Asked by: sherrie
if you are working small materials it is excellent. Do not force the cut because you probably will bend the blade.
Answered by: graydon999
Date published: 2017-01-25

where do I buy the replacement blades for this saw

Asked by: flomba
At the website the number one complaint was they did not make a replacement blade.
Answered by: graydon999
Date published: 2017-02-19

how/where can i find replacement blades for this?

I have a full Dewalt flush cut saw
Asked by: Lakers
At the website the number one complaint was they did not make a replacement blade.
Answered by: graydon999
Date published: 2017-02-19

Can this saw cut 1/8" thin plywood (with some gentle curves) without splinters?

Can this saw cut 1/8" thin plywood (with some gentle curves) without splinters?
Asked by: Bob
It is a flush cut saw. It is not designed to cut curves. You can trim straight cuts. The best saw for you is coping saw for short cuts and a jig saw for long cuts. Good jig saws have speed and scrolling abilities for making precision cuts and fine teeth blades for clean cuts. What you want is best achieved by using masking tape over the cut line.
Answered by: graydon999
Date published: 2017-02-19
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Flush Cut Pull Saw is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The saw is very good saw for light duty work. Do not use it on heavy work it will bend in a hear... The saw is very good saw for light duty work. Do not use it on heavy work it will bend in a heartbeat. The saw is excellent for trim and other light duty work. If you are going use on heavy work remember the blade is thin and cannot be use in a hurry. If you are in a hurry buy one of the larger flush cut saws.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This saw bent making the first cut which was a pretty soft cut through particle board. Once the s... This saw bent making the first cut which was a pretty soft cut through particle board. Once the saw is bent it's pretty much useless. I should've chosen a different model since this one is now just a decoration in my toolbox. Unless you're making model airplanes, opt for a more substantial flush cut saw.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Had to trim a few dowels flush in a tight spot and the saw performed well. Just enough flexibilit... Had to trim a few dowels flush in a tight spot and the saw performed well. Just enough flexibility to stay tight to the surface while maintaining the cutting. Seems that the blade should be replaceable, which would be a big plus, but didn't see them in the store. I do expect to be using this a lot.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hint In The Name You can't push a backless saw that has no set to the teeth. That's true of $250 flush cut saws, and it's true with this saw as well. On the forward stroke, lift the saw slightly so the teeth are not engaging the wood and only put the teeth back on the wood when you begin the pull stroke. You should have begun the pull stroke before reengaging the teeth. This saw, like any other flush cut saw, does not require pressure to cut quickly and smoothly. Just pull and the saw will guide and cut by itself. Your only purpose is to hold the saw, it does all the work. It will seat itself in exactly the place it was at on the last pull stroke. If the saw isn't tracking you're pushing on it and/or twisting it. Stop doing that and this saw works quite well. Especially at this price.
Date published: 2014-12-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from BIG design flaw with this saw!!! I nave two other older flush cut saws in my tool box- both are dull and needed replacing- I found this dewalt flush cut at home depot- it was the ONLY brand this store carried. the biggest issue I have with this saw is with the teeth that don't extend to the very end of the saw- for some silly reason, dewalt decided to stop the teeth about 1/8" from the end- and instead, made a smooth edge- this prevents you from being able to cut out a section of casing or trim without passing the saw completely through- this is an obstacle for example when trying to cut casing in one room, where the floor in the next room is above the height of the new floor, and the saw hits the taller floor on the other side- now you have to chisel out the remaining piece because the teeth didn't go to the end of the saw!
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy little saw for detail work. I went to buy a back saw and walked away with the flush cut pull saw. I've got over 30 years experience in carpentry. This little saw is a perfect addition to my shop. The flush cut feature, the sharpness, the easy of use all lend themselves to detail work like flushing dowels, notching, undercutting and trimming small pieces.
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what I expected from Dewalt I do a lot of woodworking and I got this to trim dowels flush. It's so much easier than sanding. The saw actually worked great on the first few dowels. The handle is comfortable, there is no set on the teeth so it will not mar your work surface, and the blade is very sharp. The problem is the blade snapped on the 5th or 6th dowel. Upon inspection, I'm wondering if the way this is packaged made a difference. The blade is replaceable. When I took the piece of broken blade out of the handle, there was a piece of cardboard in there as well. Since this blade flexes quite a bit, I wonder if that cardboard added unnecessary stress. I may try another blade if I can find one locally as this is a very handy tool to have.
Date published: 2013-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected I purchased this saw to replace a saw that I accidentally bent too far and snapped the blade. The Dewalt saw is very sharp and has a more comfortable handle than my old saw. The blade has the right amount flex so that flush trimming dowels and Kreg plugs is a breeze without damaging the surrounding wood. The clamping screw secures the blade firmly and is easy to tighten by hand. Also, it is a few dollars cheaper than a similar, but not as "beefy" saw, from the woodworker's supply store. All good.
Date published: 2016-01-19
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