Hello Rambo! The second photo on the reel will depict specifically what pieces will all be included.
Yes, plus 2 additional pilot hole drill bits
Had no issues with removing the bit from the drill! Just need to reverse the drill. Loosen the knob on the pilot bit in order to remove the hole saw from the bit.
yes this will work with any brand drill. Just make sure you have the correct chuck size on your drill!
Yes, it`s in the back right row, it might be marked 44mm
Yes.....clearing after the first stud, will allow you to drill thru the second without an issue!
Hole saws don't work on existing holes. The hole saw needs the pilot bit to hold the hole saw on location to create a hole.
It’s a quality product, you get what you pay for.
Bob, I’m not sure what’s going on here? I purchased this Milwaukee hole saw kit 2 years ago and have since purchased additional sizes as needed. I’m a consumer with no ties to Home Depot or Milwaukee. The only thing I can tell you is these hole saws work! I look at it this way. Valve is what the buyer is willing to pay! Have a great day!
Checked my Milwaukee hole saw set today. Appears that some of the hole saw blades can be combined, some can not. The larger diameter hole saw blades (sizes 1-1/2" and up) can be combined (stacked) as you describe; the smaller blade within the larger. The smaller sizes can not. In particular, the 3/4" can not even fit within the 7/8". The other small blades can't both thread onto the arbor. The larger sizes use a different arbor, so it appears two sizes can be stacked.