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Saw blades #8928704 10/03/23 06:56 PM
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I have a box of old Cold Saw blades if anyone is interested. They are a high speed tool steel, similar material as a drill bit. Call or text , I dont look at this every day. Im in Rockwall County but I move around quiet a bit

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Re: Saw blades [Re: txbigly] #8930754 10/06/23 11:41 PM
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Assuming they are like a big industrial hacksaw blade. If so, they make great knives. Any DIY type in that area ought to jump on them.


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