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  • #16
    Re: cutting ductile iron

    I always preferred multi-purpose diamond blades with a Stihl cut saw.

    I don't know how many Dolmar/makita/wacker(all same manufacturer) saws I've blown. They are JUNK.
    Blow out the filters on a Stihl, EVERY day when cutting pavement, and when needed under normal use, and they will last forever.
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    • #17
      Re: cutting ductile iron

      You guys are cutting much larger pipe than I run into with my home repair service down here in S. GA. Some of the older homes here still have C.I. piping for drain lines and I have had to either tap into them to add lines or replace them. I bought some diamond coated "Sawzall" blades (not Milwaulkee) somewhere and have used them on up through four inch (4"), it's not cutting butter but it's better than a hammer and chisel under a house. I have worked on underground water systems before retirement and used the power abrasive saws. I am familiar with Plasma, and own one in my shop, but am scepticle (where's spell check?) as to it cutting ductile iron pipe. I'm not saying it won't, I also would like to see it. Thanks, David

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      • #18
        Re: cutting ductile iron

        Originally posted by Thurman
        scepticle (where's spell check?)
        Right here. Skeptical.

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