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Re: [Shop-talk] new tool Oscillating tool

To: "John T. Blair" <>, Shop Talk <shop-talk@Autox.Team.Net>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] new tool Oscillating tool
From: Brian Kemp <>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2015 21:09:15 -0800
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John - I used a regular cutting blade and yes it did destroy the teeth 
by the end of the door.  Still, it was worth killing an old blade to get 
the job done.  Now that blade is a narrow scraping blade.  They do have 
metal cutting blades, but I didn't have one at the time.


On 1/20/2015 5:12 AM, John T. Blair wrote:
> At 07:59 PM 1/19/2015, Brian Kemp wrote:
>   >I have the cheap Harbor Freight version and recommend this type of tool as
>   >well. ....
> Brian,
> I too have the cheap Harbor Freight version, have had it for about 5
> yrs or so.
> It's probably the best $40 I've ever spent.
>   >Examples:
>   >- .... Cutting all nails and caulk to allow me to remove an
> exterior door without
>   >disturbing the exterior stucco molding
> What blade did you use to cut the nails?  I've tried to cut nails but
> keep tearing the
> teeth off the blade.
> In addition to the uses you've mentioned, I've used mine to help as a scrapper
> pulling up old vinyl flooring.  Cutting through calk to remove a counter top.
> John

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