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Model #A07128R00000002

7 in. x 128-Teeth Ferrous Metal Saw Blades (2-Pack)

  • Compatible with corded or cordless circular saws
  • Ideal for ferrous metals (mild steel only) up to 1/8" thick
  • Delivers precise, clean cuts without charring the finish
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Product Overview

Designed to cut mild steel up to 1/8 in. thick, the Avanti 7 in. x 128-Teeth Ferrous Metal Circular Saw Blade has a unique notched edge to slice through dense material. From general construction to household DIY, this high-quality steel blade is engineered to deliver precise, clean cuts without charring the finish on your workpiece. Ideal for DIYers or remodelers who are using circular saws to cut sheet metal.
  • Replacement blade for 7 in. circular saws; ideal for DIY projects and construction
  • Expansion slots reduce noise and heat buildup for smooth operation
  • Not intended for use above 7500 RPM
  • Ideal instrument for cutting sheet metal






Specifications

Dimensions

Saw Blade Diameter (in)
7

Details

Arbor Size
.625
Color Family
Silver
Material Cut
Metal
Number in Package
2
Number of Teeth
128
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Steel

Questions & Answers

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Will this blade cut corrugated sheet metal?

Asked by deerslayer710 August 30, 2019
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yes

Can I use it on a wood with a lot of nails?

Asked by Newage May 8, 2019
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Its according to the type of wood, but I would not recommend it, a soft wood wood tend to fill up blade

Looking to cut nails holding pallets together with out damaging the wood. Would this blade be a good choice?

Asked by AJ November 14, 2018
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Yes, this product is designed to cut through mild steel up to 1/8 inch thick.

will it work on 6 1/2" circular saw

Asked by jd October 28, 2018
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No, the blade is too big.

will this blade cut stainless steel table top?

Asked by chichi July 4, 2018
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its according to the thickness of the top

Will this cut through a cast iron bathtub . If so how many blades are needed for a standard size ...

Asked by Frank May 10, 2018
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Heck no

is this play good for cutting a basketball pole in pieces

Asked by Dan May 6, 2018
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Yes...easily

Could I cut 1/2” rebar with this blade? If not what do you suggest?

Asked by Blue April 23, 2018
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It will, but i suggest a metal cutting blade in a 4.5 inch grinder.

Can this 7" blade used on a 71/4 saw?

Asked by Saverio March 30, 2018
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Yes, that's how I'm using my blade.

Can I cut down a steal door with this blade

Asked by Kev February 2, 2018
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You can, but you shouldn't steal doors

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I bought this to cut corrugated metal that I used as a chair rail around a garage remodel.. It wo...
I bought this to cut corrugated metal that I used as a chair rail around a garage remodel.. It worked better than I imagined and went through the metal like butter.. project turned out really good.. There were no concerns with the blade being unsafe but hand and eye protection should be used.
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Messy cuts on metal roofing.
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I used this in my circular saw to cut ribbed metal roofing panels. It made a complete mess of the ends and I ended up deburring each panel with a hand file. It went okay on the flat sections but when it hit a major rib it seemed to take forever to cut through and ended up mangling it. I tried adjusting the depth of the blade and that didn't seem to make any difference. I hesitate to blame it all on the blade because I am a novice and have never worked with metal roofing and it's possible I was doing something wrong. Luckily the cut ends are hid under the ridge cap!
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Lasted maybe through 4 sheets of tin roofing. Would get...
Lasted maybe through 4 sheets of tin roofing. Would get really hot and burn metal instead of cutting.
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needed to cut 1/8 in mild steel. Cut just fine in the beginning but dulled very quickly. I coul...
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needed to cut 1/8 in mild steel. Cut just fine in the beginning but dulled very quickly. I could cut only approx 12 ft. Tried a carbide wood blade and it performed much better.
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It did the job. Unlike other reviews, it did not cut like a hot knife through butter. Blade had a...
It did the job. Unlike other reviews, it did not cut like a hot knife through butter. Blade had a tendency to heat up so the job had to be done a bit at a time. I was cutting up the frame from a treadmill and the steel was about 1/16" thick.
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Used it to cut roofing tin. It did a...
Used it to cut roofing tin. It did a good job cutting the tin.
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It cuts the metal roof panels very well.Much better than...
It cuts the metal roof panels very well.Much better than an abrasive blade or even a pneumatic metal cutter.
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Would not recommend for metal roofing, wants to wander.
Would not recommend for metal roofing, wants to wander.
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