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Awwwww , There is so many blade that say this , that , and the other but I usely
end up with a Skil Bi-Metal 3 stage Progressive teeth type blade for my saber
saw to cut most anything. It is a 8" blade and the first 1/3 is for metal, the
second 1/3 is for wood or metal, and the end 1/3 is just for wood. It last the
longest of the blades I do use and seem to be about the same price as the
It is a Skil Brand blade , called the Ugly Blade with Bite, Number 94101 , and
can see it at www.skil.com . The last few I bought was at Walmarts. I use it
to cut out ceilings to put in discharge registers and cut wood, staples, nails,
and everything else in the way. They seem to hold up a little better or last a
little longer than the DeWalt & Lenox blades I have been using.
Got a skil saw? Get a diamond blade from Harbor Freight. Much less hassle
at least for me. I bought an assortment 3", 4", 6" and 10" for my table saw
several years ago. All work just fine doing what I have to do occasionally.
I use them in my cordless circular saw and my grinder.
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I've had good luck cutting it with a Rotozip drywall blade. I know you are
asking for a jig saw solution, but I'd though I'd throw this out. I'm also
had great result in ripping Hardy board with a Freud Diablo D-Series blade.
They are cheap and can be bought at Home Depot. They are also exellent for
cutting lumber with nails. They are carbide tipped and are cheap enough to
use and throw away. I think I bought the last one for around $10 to $15.
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