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Old 05-02-2020, 09:56 AM   #151
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cutting pipe with a hacksaw?? no power saw?

Im old school... I usually use my tiny tim or pipe cutter... yes i do need a small battery or plug in sawzall
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Oh boy you need the milwaukee hackzall(the smaller one) It makes a world of difference, put it on the boss' account.

My boss would have a coronary... all our accounts have a tools approved by him on every invoice... I setup a boiler room repair with about 50 lbs of copper comming out maybe ill just cash it in and by a saw...


You guys are saying you need a sawzall... If anyone knows that more its mee lol trying doing a bunch of those in a day with the hack saw.... I have a normal sawzall just too hard to get in there with the shelf


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My boss would have a coronary... all our accounts have a tools approved by him on every invoice... I setup a boiler room repair with about 50 lbs of copper comming out maybe ill just cash it in and by a saw...


You guys are saying you need a sawzall... If anyone knows that more its mee lol trying doing a bunch of those in a day with the hack saw.... I have a normal sawzall just too hard to get in there with the shelf


Hit the like button if your going to watch the videos please.. it helps more Arseholes come watch the vidjas





so your saying anyone that watches your videos is an azzhole?? nice...maybe ill dislike it so people dont watch it...
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Like others stated you need a one handed hackzall like this milwaukee one in the first pic. You also need to get this handsaw for pvc in the second pic. Both would be much easier than that saw of yours.

Also, is that an old spartan machine I heard?

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You guys made me order it lol.... I appreciate criticism as well
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Like others stated you need a one handed hackzall like this milwaukee one in the first pic. You also need to get this handsaw for pvc in the second pic. Both would be much easier than that saw of yours.

Also, is that an old spartan machine I heard?

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Yes for sure I have a pvc saw too like the bottom one.. I just don't like how it cuts to be honest... I like a hack saw blade for cutting plastic..


I just ordered a new mini sawzall from ridgid was the cheapest one..


no its a old beat to **** k3800... been through a shyt ton of drains littlerly
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I use these for plastic in close quarters
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Yes for sure I have a pvc saw too like the bottom one.. I just don't like how it cuts to be honest... I like a hack saw blade for cutting plastic..


I just ordered a new mini sawzall from ridgid was the cheapest one..


no its a old beat to **** k3800... been through a shyt ton of drains littlerly
Could have sworn it sounded like my personal 30 year old spartan I got. I have this old spartan and a brand new ridgid k3800 I only ever used both of them one time each at my own house to try them out.

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You guys made me order it lol.... I appreciate criticism as well
man you get fuked in canada..heres our price in the USA..$92.00




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man you get fuked in canada..heres our price in the USA..$92.00



With the exchange rate and the additional shipping/tax costs 149cad$ is about the same as 92usd$






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