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    I saw a Quad cutter in the Mytana catalog basically a double C cutter. I like the C cutter over the round saw cutter as here the roots can get so massive that the round saw often gets caught in the line the C cutter can be pulled out as it will give some. But some of the old cast iron pipes under the floor sometimes have the bottom rusted out so I have to use a round cutter to get through and hope I don't get stuck. also I think four blades would clean better then two in my 3/4" cable 7500. But the quad cutter Mytana has looks kind of weak. Anyone tried one of these? Any one know of a better one ? I use General cables with adaptors for Ridgid, EEL,General,

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    Re: Quad C cutter

    Originally posted by gtmerkley View Post
    I saw a Quad cutter in the Mytana catalog basically a double C cutter. I like the C cutter over the round saw cutter as here the roots can get so massive that the round saw often gets caught in the line the C cutter can be pulled out as it will give some. But some of the old cast iron pipes under the floor sometimes have the bottom rusted out so I have to use a round cutter to get through and hope I don't get stuck. also I think four blades would clean better then two in my 3/4" cable 7500. But the quad cutter Mytana has looks kind of weak. Anyone tried one of these? Any one know of a better one ? I use General cables with adaptors for Ridgid, EEL,General,


    I would think the more blades the less aggressive it would be ? Maybe more of a finishing bit ?

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      Re: Quad C cutter

      Originally posted by AssTyme View Post
      I would think the more blades the less aggressive it would be ? Maybe more of a finishing bit ?
      I start out with a small bit and keep going up in size till I get a cutter in as big as the pipe. So if I dont need it to get through rusted out bottoms, Then I could just use it as a finish cutter good ideal

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