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MK Morse Master Cobalt® 9" - 18 TPI Heavy Duty Metal Cutting Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade
9" - 18 TPI Heavy Duty Metal Cutting Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade


 
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MK Morse Master Cobalt® 9" - 18 TPI Heavy Duty Metal Cutting Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Blade

We checked the big box stores and our Morse HD 9"-18TPI saves you $1.94 -- 48% less than a Lenox blade.

  • 8% Cobalt for long cutting life and resistance to heat and wear
  • Need a heavy duty metal blade? 0.05" thickness provides the increased rigidity for bend resistance and heavier feed pressure.
  • Straight tooth pitch gives a smooth cutting action.
  • Fits all standard reciprocating saws Including: Dewalt, Milwaukee Sawzall, Makita, Bosch, Skil, Ryobi, Hilti, Porter Cable, Ridgid, Craftsman, Hitachi
$2.11
NO minimum order required.

Quantity in Stock:87612

Product Code: 09-18METAL
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The heavy duty Master Cobalt® Metal reciprocating blade is the best blade in the world for cutting metal, including steel, stainless steel, iron, sheet metal, pipe, or any machinable metal (and it cuts wood too).

Morse Master Cobalt® Bi-Metal technology gives you 3 times the life of standard reciprocating saw blades. These are the longest lasting recips available. They cut more smoothly, more accurately and offer greater value. The 8% cobalt cutting edge is electron-beam welded to high strength steel backer for greater wear resistance and longer life. Master Cobalt® Reciprocating Saw Blades have conventional shanks.

  • 8% Cobalt for long cutting life and resistance to heat and wear
  • Need a heavy duty metal blade? 0.05" thickness provides the increased rigidity for bend resistance and heavier feed pressure.
  • Straight tooth pitch gives a smooth cutting action.
  • Fits all standard reciprocating saws Including: Dewalt, Milwaukee Sawzall, Makita, Bosch, Skil, Ryobi, Hilti, Porter Cable, Ridgid, Craftsman, Hitachi

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