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Old 02-25-2009, 05:58 PM   #16
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Cutting holes in plastic J-Box

Originally Posted by InPhase277 View Post
Not worth the box they are in, in my opinion. The set 220 posted is good, as are the greenlee KO sets, but the general hole saws are worthless. If you want a good hole saw, go with Lennox.
Thanks much for the warning on those. I did want some of the larger hole saws for plumbing, which made that set especially attractive.

I've seen the lennox, I'll pick up a couple of those in the sizes I need.



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