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Offline Cartwright

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Bi-metal saws
« on: November 08, 2019, 04:35:32 PM »
Has anyone ran these bi-metal saws? Thinking about trying the 1.5 x. 50 turbo7 to see how much more footage I can get between changing saws. 
Wood-Mizer LT50HDD47-RA
Eg 200 twin blade edger 25hp gas
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Ford CL65 skid steer
'09 F250 Super Duty Powerstroke 
Stihl ms391, 390, 029

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Re: Bi-metal saws
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2019, 08:03:20 PM »
I've just started running bi-metal 10 degree 1 1/2"x0.50 for sawing fir. I really like them. They're great for cutting tough butt logs and hold their edge better than the double hards, that I usually use. I haven't tried them on cedar yet. They were a good investment for me.
2011 Wood-Mizer LT 40 hyd w/ 12' Extension, Patrick Model A Loader, 75 Hitachi, Stihl 461, 2X066, & ms 192

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