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Jeff in TX wrote: »
I'm trying to cut some 3" diameter oil drilling pipe I used for my coral. They're cemented into the ground and I'm trying to level them off on the top. I've tried a diamond blade and that only scratched the pipe. I tried a heavy duty steel blade and that did just a bit more than the diamond tipped blade. There's got to be something that will cut this pipe!
Thanks as always!
cpj wrote: »
Horse crap. For a field cutting soloution a torch is WAY easier, cheaper, and more efficient. For a shop where you have the power required, and a big ass air compressor, sure. For cutting. But the torch is still more versatile.
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