Yes. Just avoid the carbide tips.
NO, 4 INCH DIAMETER IS MAXIMUM ON THIS SAW
It’s great I buy one and still cuts like the first time
Yes, with ease. Went through cast iron pretty easily
PLACE A SCREW DRIVER OR PUNCH ON THE INSIDE EDGE OF THE BUSHING AND GIVE IT A TAP WITH A HAMMER IT WILL POP OUT WITHOUT A WHOLE LOT OF FORCE, PLACE IT ON A PIECE OF CARDBOARD , THIS WILL SUPPORT THE BLADE AND YET ALLOW THE BUSHING TO BE REMOVED
When people ask questions such as this, makes me wonder if this is their "first rodeo" with an angle grinder.
Yes it will
GENERALLY PIPE TO BE THREADED IS CUT WITH A TAPERED EDGE ALLOWING FOR THE THREADS TO START, I DO NOT KNOW THAT YOU COULD CUT THE PIPE CORRECTLY FOR THREADING, ANY DISC GRINDER WOULD OPERATE AT CORRECT SPEEDS FOR THE BLADE.
yes it will
No, this blade is not designed to cut cementitious products, to cut baker board, cement board, cement siding purchase a diamond dry cut blade for cementitious products...