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A: We do not recommend using the Hole Dozer Bi-Metal Hole Saws for stainless steel applications.
A: Yes, but it will dull the cutter. Not sure what size hole you are looking at, but if you are making a large hole, you might consider the 4.5" angle grinder with a masonry disk (cut from both sides). Obviously, it won't be a round hole , but probably good enough. Another option is the Saws-All. You will ruin the blade, but the blade doesn't cost much. I used the Saws-All about a year ago cutting through stucco. About 5 years ago, I cut the hole in the cement board for our new shower, and yes, I used the hole saw. Just didn't think of the other options at that time.
A: Hole Saw Sizes: 1-1/2", 2", 2-1/4", 2-1/2", 2-5/8" Blades: 4 wood blades, 8 metal blades
A: Hello! This kit includes hole saw sizes 1-1/2", 2", 2-1/4", 2-1/2", and 2-5/8". There are also four 6" 5 TPI wood blades, four 6" 14 TPI metal blades, and four 6" 18 TPI metal blades.
A: It has the following 2 5/8 2in 2 1/2. 2 1/4. 1 1/2 they are bi metal and for wood