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Milwaukee 48-00-5094 Super Sawzall Blade 12 in. 8-1/2 TPI 5-Pack
Model#: MILN48-00-5094
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Milwaukee 48-00-5094 Super Sawzall Blade 12 in. 8-1/2 TPI 5-Pack

Model#: MILN48-00-5094
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Features:
  • Super Sawzall blades are made with Matrix II high speed steel teeth containing 8 percent Cobalt to keep a sharper tooth edge longer
  • The tough Bi-Metal design allows faster cutting, longer life blades that can bend without shattering
  • Milwaukee designs and manufactures Sawzall blades for the toughest professional applications
  • Materials, tooth configuration and heat treating are designed to maximize performance in specific cutting applications.
  • Durable, long life blades are the goal of every blade we make. This blade has a 1/2 inch universal tang that fits all Sawzalls
  • 5 Blade Pack
Includes:
  • (5) Super Sawzall Blade 12-in 8-1/2 TPI - 48-00-5094

Specifications

Length: 12 in.
Quantity: 5
Shipping Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Tang: 1/2-in
Teeth Per Inch: 8.5

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Best Sawzall Blades

By chappy69

from Belleville, WV

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Pros

  • Cuts Fast
  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Good Value
  • Keeps Its Edge

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • In The Field
    • In The Workshop
    • Replacement
    • Upgrade

    Comments about Super Sawzall Blade 12-in 8-1/2 TPI (5pk):

    I use these blades to cut anything. Even when removing stumps these blades will stick right down in the ground and cut stubborn roots. In the rare event the blade gets bent--just hammer them straight on a flat surface.

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