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dschwandt

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Wondering as well.
What's so special about these saws other than the blades?
Except for that, it looks just like mine.
Probably some special mandrel size that won't fit anything else.
 

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About $70 IIRC, but worth it.
 

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The saw runs at 1450 rpm and a regular miter saw runs around 3800 rpm.
 

Dano Aldrich

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Wondering as well.
What's so special about these saws other than the blades?
Except for that, it looks just like mine.
Probably some special mandrel size that won't fit anything else.
Rage 2 here. The saw runs at a much lower RPM than one made for an abrasive disc or wood blade, the transmission is geared differently. The mandrel is standard, I think it's 1". I got mine through Home Depot, good price and delivered to my local store. There's a sharpening shop here in Amarillo, I have mine sharpened until I knock off enough teeth that it's cheaper to replace it. New blades run just under $90 here.
 

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So can you use these blades on a regular Milwaulkee cut off saw that has regular abrasive discs on it or are they running at too high of RPM? Don't know off top of my head what my Milwaulkee 14" runs at?
 

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Steve Blunier "Mr. Plow" (Central IL)
That's where I bought the last 2. They last a long time, but when they go, they go, so I ordered 2 to always have a spare. One I'm on now did the whole chisel plow build and all of the steel for the 3 plows I'm working on now........they are a good long lasting blade, better than the factory Northern Tool blade for sure.
 

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