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Best Way To Cut Tires
Ken Winans, Binghampton, New York, has come up with an easy, low-cost way to slice tires into strips using a saber or reciprocating saw.
"I've experimented a lot and have found that to best cut tires, you should simply sharpen and deepen each tooth on the serrated cutting edge of a saber saw blade and grind the tip to a sharp point. The point helps the blade poke through the tire," says Winans. "You'll really be amazed at how easily tires cut after regrinding the blade a little. Makes it easy to cut car, truck and tractor tires for feedbunks, fencing and other uses."

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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #1