When a Circular Saw won’t cut it, there is the Milwaukee 6507 Sawzall.Â Â With various speeds, this saw will cut through just about anything you put in the way.Â It’s great for cutting in between joists, eaves, corners, nails, metal, concrete, and wood.Â Sawzall blades are available for just about anything that you want to cut.
Milwaukee is known for their powerful, high-quality tools, and the 6507 Sawzall is no exception. With this model, you can pivot the blade to cut at different angles.Â The blades are easy to change, and you can remove the power cord [48-76-4008] for storage or easy replacement.Â The Milwaukee 6507 Sawzall is versatile, comfortable and powerful.
Here is a picture of the blade clamp and the screw:
This is usually due to heavy use over a long period of time. The good news is that these are both cheap parts, and they are easy to replace.
Many of our customers like the size of this saw.Â At about 16â€ you can reach those harder to reach areas, and get the job done.Â This saw can handle a good workload, but according to some customers, overheating can happen on larger jobs.Â If your Milwaukee 6507 Sawzall overheats, just give it a few minutes to cool down.Â Overall, this does not seem to be a big problem â€“ just a small issue on large continuous jobs.