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Shark - Shark Fine Cut Ryoba Saw and Prybar/Nail Puller 58-9025

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Our Shark Fine Cut Double Saw has a precision ground blade for accuracy and a traditional Japanese design for exceptionally straight cuts, even overhead. Its flexible blade features 17 TPI crosscut...

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Our Shark Fine Cut Double Saw has a precision ground blade for accuracy and a traditional Japanese design for exceptionally straight cuts, even overhead. Its flexible blade features 17 TPI crosscut teeth and 9 TPI rip teeth. Many professionals use this saw to cut door molding and casing coverings and for cuts where precision outweighs speed. It’s great for trimming the bottom of a door to accommodate thick carpeting–without removing the door from its hinges. The FineCut Double Saw is ideal for finish carpenters, flooring professionals, and serious, skilled woodworkers. It easily cuts large pieces of foam board, plywood, and particleboard and slices through melamine without chipping.

RECOMMENDED for all sizes of plywood, particleboard, foam board, melamine, molding, wood siding, staircase construction, accurate cuts at all angles. Made in Japan.

Shark Grip Prybars are the thinnest flat bars on the market. The tool is a combination prybar/nail puller, and it’s great for prying off molding with virtually no damage to the surrounding wall or the molding itself. Its super-thin design lets it slide into the narrowest cracks imaginable. It’s perfect for aligning windows and doors during installation, removing carpet strips, staples – it even doubles as a multipurpose scraper to strip away old paint and smooth rough surfaces.

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