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Model#: PCBNPC760R
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Porter-Cable PC760R 9 in. 4/5 TPI Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blade (3-Pack)

  • Porter-Cable PC760R 9 in. 4/5 TPI Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blade (3-Pack)
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Porter-Cable Pruning Blades are designed for best-in-class performance in pruning and cutting wet or pressure treated lumber. These blades are made of high carbon steel for superior strength and long service life.
Features:
  • High carbon steel for fast, rough wood cutting and pruning
  • Fast cutting long lasting blade
Includes:
  • (3) 9 in. 4/5 TPI Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blades - PC760R

Specifications

Length: 9 in.
Blade Construction: HCS
General Application: Pruning
Quantity: 3
Shank Type: Universal
Teeth Per Inch (TPI): 42465

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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Blades work great for cutting branches
Work great in a good receprecating saw.
June 14, 2015
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Safer than a chain saw
Woke up this morning to a large branch down from my 70 year old cottonwood. The blade trimmed all the smaller branches in difficult locations without the danger of my chain saw. Only needed the chain saw for the larger central branch which by then was easy to get to.
May 11, 2016

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