With the right kind of blade, yes. No ordinary hacksaw blade will do any more
the surface (while losing all of its teeth), but one of these will go through a
Grade 8 bolt:
It's tungsten carbide grit, bonded to a steel wire. You can also buy tungsten
blades for reciprocating saws.
On 12/22/2012 10:24 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Like G Ross said HF grinder.
I bought one for 9.99 from HF. Excellent buy. $10 for a pack of cutoffs,
grinding wheels and sanding wheels (another excellent buy).
I didn't want to spend a lot because I didn't think I would use it all
that much. WRONG... I use it a lot.
I took the gear box apart and repacked.. This will now last a long time,
and if not, I'll get another.. they are always on sale.
You can cut Hardened steel with the cut offs. Don't waste your time on
the hacksaw blade, once you have this you'll wonder why you didn't get
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