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Model#: MILN49-00-5456
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Milwaukee 49-00-5456 3 in. Scraper Blade for Reciprocating Saws

  • Milwaukee 49-00-5456 3 in. Scraper Blade for Reciprocating Saws
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The Milwaukee 3 in. Scraper Blade is designed for effortless and efficient surface prep and material removal applications with all Hackzall and Sawzall Recip Saws. The 3 in. scraper blade offers a great solution for applications covering large surface areas.
Features:
  • Fits all Sawzall and Hackzall Reciprocating Saws
  • Induction hardened blade edge for maximum durability
  • Corrosion resistant coating for extended life
  • Chamfered corners prevent digging into work material
  • Resharpenable blade
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  • 3 in. Scraper Blade for Reciprocating Saws - 49-00-5456

Specifications

Width: 3 in.
Blade Type: Reciprocating Saw Blade
Blades Included: 1
Color: Gray
Diameter: 3 in
Material Cut: Metal
Package Qty: 1
Saw Blade Material: Steel
Shank Style: Universal

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Great idea... needs re-enforcing
I recently used this tool for the first time during a vynil flooring tile install. It is great for removing old tiles, but lacks the strength to last the entire job. Needs to be re-enforced at the weakest point. (see photo
July 19, 2012
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