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Model 48-01-8713

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9 in. 10 Teeth per in. Double Duty Ice Hardened Torch Metal Cutting Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blades (50-Pack)

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The Milwaukee 48-01-8713 9 in. x 10 TPI The Torch metal-cutting blades with the Double Duty Upgrade feature a tooth form optimized for the longest life and maximum durability. Tough Neck is engineered to protect against tang breakage and delivers the strongest SAWZALL blade tang on the market. Grid Iron features a stamped honeycomb pattern throughout the body of the blade that greatly increases the rigidity of the blade, making it the stiffest metal cutting SAWZALL blade on the market. Ice Hardened blades are cryogenically treated for up to 50% longer life. These blades are ideal for making tough, straight cuts. The Milwaukee 48-01-8713 contains 50 blades.

  • Optimized tooth design providing 2X more life than our previous generation SAWZALL blades
  • SAWZALL blades Tough Neck ribs strengthen the blade tang and minimize breakage
  • Matrix II bi-metal teeth for greater durability
  • Grid Iron honeycomb pattern increases blade rigidity to resist blade buckling
  • The 1 in. tall blade body reduces blade twisting for straighter, more accurate cuts
  • Includes 50 blades

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9 in. 10 Teeth per in. Double Duty Ice Hardened Torch Metal Cutting Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blades (50-Pack)
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Will this cut through 4" cast iron stack pipe?

This question is from 6 in. 14 Teeth per in. Double Duty Super Sawzall The Torch Reciprocating Saw Blades (5-Pack)
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January 16, 2016
I need to cut off a section of 4" cast iron pipe. Will 5 blades make 2 cuts through it?
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January 27, 2016
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Yes
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will these blade work in my ryobi

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San Antonio, TX
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October 13, 2015
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I'm fairly certain that all reciprocating saws use the same blade shank and locking mechanism. There are only a couple of blade brands available and they are basically made to fit all the saw brands interchangeably
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August 11, 2015
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Yes, all SAWZALL® blades are cross compatible.
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I need a masonry sawzall blade do they make them and how much?

This question is from 12 in. 18 Teeth per in. Double Duty Super Sawzall Torch Reciprocating Saw Blades (5-Pack)
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marathon Ny
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November 14, 2014
I need A Sawzall blade that will go through concret block
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November 17, 2014
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The blade we recommend for cutting harder abrasive materials is the 48-00-1440 (6” Diamond Grit Torch) or 48-00-1450 (9” Diamond Grit Torch). Thanks!
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What is the best saw blade for cutting a cast iron tub? Also should I be worried about cracking?

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July 16, 2016
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If you are planning to demolish the tub then a pair of goggles, heavy work gloves and a good sledge hammer will break cast iron tubs and sinks in to disposable chunks. Be careful and make sure no one else is in the area because chips will fly.
Cutting cast iron with a reciprocating saw is slow and you will need several blades depending on the size and number of cuts planned.
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May 7, 2015
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Yes you should be worried about cracking, I would not even think about doing it! Any good metal saw blade will do the trick, the porcerlane, I can't spell that word, is another matter. It will shatter when you cut it.
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December 6, 2012
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Hi Dewey, cast iron is real tough to cut. The blade you asked about is not the one recommended. There is other Milwaukee blades for cutting cast iron the sku numbers are: 486-355 Diamond grit and 490-035 a carbide grit.
Another brand called Diablo has two blades for cutting cast iron, sku numbers are: 339-539 and 339-732.
Cracking should not be a problem, however chipping can be.
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