HDX

Model # TUO0002J

Internet # 204284854

Store SKU # 1000012736

PVC Cable Saw

$5.66 /each

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Model # TUO0002J

Internet # 204284854

Store SKU # 1000012736

This practical tool has a soft-grip handle and has been tested and inspected for durability and longevity. Easy to use and great for tight spots. Multi-wire braided construction is compatible with PVC pipes and better performance.

  • Multi-wire braided construction for reliable performance
  • Long-lasting stainless steel wire construction
  • Ideal for tight spots
  • Compatible with PVC pipe

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Blade Length (In.) 
8.5 in 
Handle Length (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.24 
Product Height (in.) 
32.68 
Product Width (in.) 
0.47 
Details
Compatible Pipe Material 
PVC 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.03 lb 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
90 days store return 

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DO YOU CARRY A WIRE SAW LONG ENOUGH TO CUT A FIVE FOOT MIRROR FROM THE WALL?

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April 17, 2016
I WANT TO REMOVE A FIVE FOOT WIDE MIRROR THAT WAS GLUED TO THE WALL. IT'S FIVE FEET WIDE AND ABOUT THE SAME IN HEIGHT. I WANT TO SAVE THE MIRROR AND THE DRYWALL. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS TO SAVE THE WALL.
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April 19, 2016
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Dear Valued Customer, Thank you for contacting us. This item is not part of our wonderful line of products. Please contact your local Home Depot or the manufacturer for assistance with your order. Have a great day!
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Will this work on trees ?

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May 8, 2016
I'd like to cut the seed pods from my bottle brush palm. They are hard to reach. While I know this is only 32" long, I can add length to reach what I want. I am more curious as to whether the blade will do the work.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works Take a few deep breaths and pull cable back and forth as fast as possible at spot you want to cut. DO NOT SLOW OR STOP and do not pull too hard. I'm a pool guy and there are ones available with nicer handles on them but this one will work just fine. The only way to cut in difficult areas and will provide a straight cut! They do break, especially if you stop mid-way, so maybe buy 2. After cutting all the way through, quickly move pipes so they don't melt back together. Then watch out, the wire will be very hot! Don't let it get wrapped around your leg as you throw it aside. Ya, I have done that a few times.... July 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broke on First Use I purchased this cable saw to remove a broken PVC toilet flange prior to installing a replacement "twist-and-set" 4" PVC flange. I was 1/2" inch into the sawing process and the cable snapped. I would not recommend this product for cutting PVC at all. March 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PVC Cable saw This cable saw is really just a piece of stainless steel cable between 2 handles. I used it to cut 4" PVC pipe while still in the wall. I can tell you that on that size pipe the cable will not cut the PVC. It just runs up and down the pipe with every pull of the handles. It polishes the pipe up really well. I found this trick to make it work. Pick a spot close to there you need the cut. Check which way the saw moves with each pull and make one end of the pull the final spot where the cut is needed. Now start pulling back and forth applying enough pressure to heat up the cable, not the pipe. Once you've pulled on it for 30 to 45 seconds, stop at the place where the cut is to be made. Hesitate at that spot for about 5 seconds applying pulling force. When you start pulling again make sure the cable stays in the grove the heated cable just made. If no grove formed try a little longer until the cable is hot enough to make a grove in the pipe. Once the grove is made the cable will cut through the pipe with ease. August 19, 2014
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