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    drainman scott
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    Price reduction on the shear down to $ 19.99 blemished tool ... I paid $ 29.99
  • Bob D.
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    Good idea on the spare blades. Remember the included blade is reversible.

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  • cactusman
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    I strongly suggest you order 4 or 5 spare sets of cutting blades now!
    You never know when Ridgid will obsolete the tool and replacement blades are no longer available.

    I have used this tool only a few times and if you do not force the cut, the blades will
    cut smoothly, quickly, and last a long time.

    Cactus Man

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  • drainman scott
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    I find that a lot of there RIDGID factory blemished tool offerings are at a much better price than the Depot even with 7 bucks shipping .... for the last couple months they have been running deals of the day mostly Ryobi but have had a few RIDGID gems some days .. I have at least a dozen RIDGID tools from them that have LSA with no problems.

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  • Bob D.
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    JobMax Shear Head

    Also found on the Direct tools site the JobMax Shear Attachment Head for $29. I bought this when it first came out, I think it was 39 or 49 maybe. Anyway, it works well for cutting light gauge sheet metal like ductwork and it's great on soft goods too like linoleum, or floor tiles. For $29 I'd say it's worth the coin if you have use for one and already have the JobMax. It's a factory blem so eligible for the LSA I believe.

    Saw the heated RIDGID jackets there too with the 18v battery USB adapter included for $109. Didn't look at what sizes are available as I'm not interested, just passing it along. I know, who is thinking of jackets when it's 90+ outisde but when Winter gets here you won't be able to find them.
    Bob D.
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    Last edited by Bob D.; 08-12-2020, 03:10 AM. Reason: fixed a typo
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