Yeah, you'll be adding your own in a week or so........don't let the horror stories scare you. :laughing:
I found that when I only oiled the blade when it was out of the cut, I could cool the blade without cooling the bolt. This made it go much faster.Forgot to mention one other thing when it comes to sawzall blades: GO SLOW! Like really slow, maybe 3-4 strokes per second. Similar to drilling steel, slower is better, cuts much quicker than rapid strokes which pretty much just kill the teeth, don't forget the cutting oil, apply often to cool and clean out chips.
Holy sh!t, I quit.It took me 3 days to get mine out.
Would that fit inside the "pocket"?If you guys are cutting with sawzalls try an electric die grinder with a 3" x 1/8" abrasive disc to the end. Not a thin cutting disc. Totally unguarded so use gauntlet gloves and face/neck protection. It is a weapon against stuck fasteners, removing bolt heads precisely and quickly with more grinding than cutting. The unguarded head allows you to see what's happening even in tight confines.