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Old 04-18-2015, 09:41 AM   #1671
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You'll be fine with a blade with a round hole. That's all I use in woodworking as well. There is a couple of types of blades with special holes in then so they can't spin but I've never seen them. Looking at the manual for that saw, it looks like the washers have that d on them so they won't spin,the blade will be ok.

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Old 04-19-2015, 11:24 AM   #1672
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Richie , A fine tooth plywood blade with 60 to 80 tooth is best

http://t.homedepot.com/p/Bosch-10-in...INB/203688547/

The round hole is a non issue.

Always wear your safety glasses when using the saw for any cutting, any material

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Had to do it....LOVE those sheet rock knives! Very comfortable would recommend to anyone...also the mixer is the sh*t! Much quicker than any other I've used, and it stands up by itself when your not using it. The trowel is a Curry 16" still getting used to it but like it so far.
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Old 04-23-2015, 10:05 PM   #1674
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Had to do it....LOVE those sheet rock knives! Very comfortable would recommend to anyone...also the mixer is the sh*t! Much quicker than any other I've used, and it stands up by itself when your not using it. The trowel is a Curry 16" still getting used to it but like it so far.
Oh nice, I use http://www.krafttool.com/products/by...s/by-sku/DW733

They last a very long time, some people say they take a long time to break in but that just means they last longer to me. I 6 or so of these summer last year for my crew and I and they're just now starting to replace them mostly from dents from dropping them blades are still good. They dont' rust at all. I"m thinking of buying the 10in version http://www.krafttool.com/products/by...s/by-sku/DW736
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:13 PM   #1675
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Got my new tools last week. I used the mudrunner today. If you haven't tried one you are working too hard !
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Had to do it....LOVE those sheet rock knives! Very comfortable would recommend to anyone...also the mixer is the sh*t! Much quicker than any other I've used, and it stands up by itself when your not using it. The trowel is a Curry 16" still getting used to it but like it so far.
I wish i could get one of those sheet rock mixing paddles but i use a mixer with a female and male thread shaft maybe i just need a whole new mixer lol
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Do what I did. Get a m14 hex drive bolt and weld it to the mixer. I put a net on it to shorten the thread.
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Do yourself a favour and get one of those tornado mixers from Andrew.
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Do yourself a favour and get one of those tornado mixers from Andrew.
Is that still possible?
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Is that still possible?
Is that the mixer that a few of the guys were testing out a couple years ago?
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