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    My new toys at work bruinsrme's Avatar
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    what hole saw are you using

    I have now cut 2 holes in my ski.

    In the past Lenox has been my brand of preference for hole saws.

    The other day a 3 inch hole saw blade was not to be found so a RIGID (home depot) bimetal was used in place of a Lenox. I have to say the rigid hole saw bit made an EXTREMELY clean hole. No chips whatsoever.
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    If You Want To See A Real Nice Hole Try Drilling A Hole On The Bottom Of Hull.it Does A Great Job Trust Me.your Friend For Life.todd

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    mine is a non brand kit from harbor freight. Works great imo.

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    I support lenox, good products, grate blades...(my buddy works there, and he gives me free stuff )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    I have now cut 2 holes in my ski.

    In the past Lenox has been my brand of preference for hole saws.

    The other day a 3 inch hole saw blade was not to be found so a RIGID (home depot) bimetal was used in place of a Lenox. I have to say the rigid hole saw bit made an EXTREMELY clean hole. No chips whatsoever.
    Geez, that looks familiar!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Todd View Post
    If You Want To See A Real Nice Hole Try Drilling A Hole On The Bottom Of Hull.it Does A Great Job Trust Me.your Friend For Life.todd
    Think you been breathing in too much of that fine paper mill air...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Geez, that looks familiar!!
    that is what happens when I get bored.

    Hey Larry thank you for the material muchly appreciated.

    Have an idea for that filter. waiting on a part.

    I had the part but ran it over with my truck, again bored.

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    pretty sure mine was a rigid metal whole saw (smaller teeth) It has done a great job for 2 rear exhaust holes.. 2.75" tho

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