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Klein Golden Tri-cut #43511 10/15/04 05:05 PM
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Dave55 Offline OP
Does anyone know of a supplier for Kleins Cat. No. 1200Bl-P, a 10 pack of 12" hacksaw blades??? Chicago area, or online would be helpful.



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Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43512 10/15/04 05:39 PM
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e57 Offline
Dave, I have no idea, but if you find them let me know, I need to get 100 of them. All our local suppliers now only stock Lenox, and I'm running low on my former stock pile of tri-cut blades. I got a gross the last time, like two or three years ago. [premidona]I won't use anything else. [/premidona]

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Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43513 10/15/04 05:46 PM
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capt al Offline
Dave & Mark check Blades

Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43514 10/15/04 07:03 PM
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Dave55 Offline OP
Thanks capt al, we really appreciate it.


Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43515 10/15/04 10:06 PM
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caselec Offline
You can also get them here:

I purchase most of my power tools from this company.


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Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43516 10/16/04 08:46 AM
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Dave55 Offline OP
I guess I could have waited awhile before placing the order with the first company. I've been at ToolUps site too, but was looking for something else. I recently bought a 1/2" corded drill. I had a bad experience with Makita recently, even though I have a 20 year old corded 3/8" Makita that refuses to die. I cleaned my truck and realized I have a truck full of Porter-Cable corded tools (which I've had no problems with).

So, I'm looking everywhere and nobody has a corded 1/2" Porter-Cable drill. I get it online from ToolUp or one of the others...I think Northwest Tool is another good one. Anyway, I'm new to online purchases, but have had good experiences, although I cringe knowing they'll send it UPS.


Re: Klein Golden Tri-cut #43517 10/17/04 12:13 PM
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WireWrestler Offline
Try this place, I have used them many times. They are a full line distributor for Klein, and all the other high quality name brands, except Greenlee. Service is great, the prices are good.


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