Model # 48-00-1304

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Milwaukee 9 in. 4/5 TPI Pruning Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade
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Milwaukee

9 in. 4/5 TPI Pruning Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade

  • Optimal for cutting tree limbs and other landscaping cuts
  • Unique fleam ground teeth cut in both directions for clean cuts
  • Thin kerf for flexible cuts
$5.22 /each

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Clear limbs, branches and green wood with the Milwaukee 9 in. x 4/5 TPI Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blade. It features sharp, induction-hardened teeth and deep gullets designed to cut clean through wood fibers. Its unique fleam ground teeth allow the blade to make clean cuts in both directions.

  • 1/2-in. universal tang, for use with reciprocating saws
  • Made of steel with induction-hardened, fleam-ground teeth
  • Extra-deep gullets remove wood chips for faster cutting
  • Includes 1 blade per package

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Are these blades and the jother Milwaukee 48-00-130x series blades painted or unpainted?

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These are unpainted use an oil rag.
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The 48-00-1304 Milwaukee® 9" 5 TPI Pruning SAWZALL® Reciprocating Saw Blade is unpainted other than a small Milwaukee® logo and blade type at the base of the blade.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cut up two six inch trees 25 cuts Cut up two trees making cuts through 5 and 6 inch green trunk. Blade stayed really sharp and cut faster than a demo type blade for 25 cuts due to the bi directional cutting action. Project finished and the blade is still sharp enough to do the lighter pruning it was designed for. I wiped the blade down with an oil rag between cuts but those last two passes through the 6" thick trunk were noticeably slower. 5 pack is a much better deal if you have a lot of trees. October 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the job These pruning blades were exactly what I expected, and they do a great job. May 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by STRONG BLADE Let me tell you this I used alot of blades before and this one is the BEST so far.... I cut a 10in thick tree truck whit this and it ate the wood right up!!! March 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by awesome I bought a pack of these for cutting down some large bushes with 4" branches (more like small trees) just to try them out and with my 10-amp sawsall they just blow right through the wood like it's nothing. I also have a hand saw that accepts reciprocating saw blades and put one on there for odd-angle cuts and it works awesome by hand too, those deep teeth really remove a lot of stock and don't let it bind the blade up. I've also used these for demolition for cutting lumber, but if you do don't hit any nails or it'll dull the teeth quickly since they're designed for wood only. Another thing I used mine for was when I put in a fence for a customer, I was digging post holes by hand and would come across roots which brought me to a halt. A couple seconds later and a few passes in all directions with the pruning blade and the roots were shredded and taken out with the rest of the dirt. An easy solution that saved me hours and barely dulled the $4 blade. I'd highly reccommend these for anybody as an intermediate between using a hand-pruner and a chain saw, since it takes the grunt work out of cutting by hand and can be more detailed than a chain saw, without dealing with gas and oil. If you already have a reciprocating saw, just buy one of these and toss it in the case with your other blades. You'll end up using it one day and it'll really amaze you. March 9, 2012
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