What happened to that Filletzall blade thread? - Page 3 - 2CoolFishing
Home  |  Contact Us  |  Advertise   |   Follow:

Go Back   2CoolFishing > Saltwater Fishing Forums > General Fishing Discussion

Notices

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 03-15-2017, 08:01 AM   #21
DenHaire
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: May 16 2016
Location: Austin, Tx.
Age: 69
Posts: 74
Rep Power: 366391
DenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of RiggerDenHaire has been promoted to the rank of Rigger
I went with traditional electric to get the weight down. Looked at battery operated but they all seemed too heavy. I clean my fish at home so have power and the small Kobalt hand held sawsall in electric was 2.12 pounds. You younger guys could probable wield a chainsaw one handed with no problem but us codgers need to compensate.


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
DenHaire is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 04:39 PM   #22
bfrog2
Bfrog2
 
Join Date: Jul 22 2008
Posts: 14
Rep Power: 0
bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)bfrog2 has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)
I did the cart before the horse thing too and regret it. I asked them at the show where to get the small battery operated reciprocating saw and they said, "Lowe's or Home Depot has them." I went to both directly after the show and neither had them. I had one of their business cards so I emailed them to ask where they got the saw. They responded with CPO products (an online tool seller). I ordered a mini-reciprocating saw from CPO for about $85. Got it today; it only accepts jigsaw blades, not the Filletzall blade. Just paid $18 to return it UPS Ground and I still don't have a saw. Had I known it would be this much of a pain I wouldn't have bought the blade.
bfrog2 is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 08:12 PM   #23
pmach1jeff
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Mar 10 2017
Posts: 3
Rep Power: 0
pmach1jeff is a Landlubber (+10 to -10)
Makita part number to use Filletzall

RJ03R1 Makita was the part number from CPO. I have two coming with the larger battery. That was the part number that I sent you if you read your email . I sent the company first and then the part number so that you would order the wrong part . Sorry you didn't see the second email . It fits a reciprocating saw not a standard jigsaw .
pmach1jeff is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 08:15 PM   #24
pmach1jeff
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Mar 10 2017
Posts: 3
Rep Power: 0
pmach1jeff is a Landlubber (+10 to -10)
Makita Part

I meant so you wouldn't order the wrong part . I tried . If would like me to send one the ones I ordered let me know and I will ship it .
pmach1jeff is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 08:23 PM   #25
pmach1jeff
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Mar 10 2017
Posts: 3
Rep Power: 0
pmach1jeff is a Landlubber (+10 to -10)
Mikita

Makita RJ01W is the part # from the show . They are available at amazon , Acme Tools , CPO ,Wholesale power tools , Tools Plus and many other online locations . The ones at home depot are virtually the same but with a larger battery . Or you can use any other reciprocating saw that you choose . Sorry you got the wrong one, don't give up , they work better than any other electric knife .
pmach1jeff is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 09:17 PM   #26
swimmingpoolbob
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Dec 15 2012
Age: 63
Posts: 78
Rep Power: 476723
swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)
The best lightweight one hand sawzall I know of is made by Milwaukee. 18 volt and bad to the bone. I have a Dewalt as well but it is a bit heavier and awkward but super power. I wonder if one could use a regular reciprocating blade fine tooth 18 TPI or more to do the rough stuff (rib cage) and a regular knife to finish? They are more readily available and cheaper if they would work.
swimmingpoolbob is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-15-2017, 09:24 PM   #27
swimmingpoolbob
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Dec 15 2012
Age: 63
Posts: 78
Rep Power: 476723
swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)swimmingpoolbob has been promoted to Gunners first mate (soon to be full share Gunner)
Actually I had a 12volt Milwaukee and it was lighter than the 18 but not sure if they make them anymore but either way they both fit the hand well.
swimmingpoolbob is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-16-2017, 12:13 AM   #28
Vulash
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Jun 26 2013
Age: 37
Posts: 74
Rep Power: 216426
Vulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of PrivateerVulash has been promoted to the rank of Privateer
Thanks,

Sounds like a problem I haven't had yet, but am working towards


Quote:
Originally Posted by capone View Post
I clean 200-300 reds, and countless convicts each a year with a Rigid one handed saws-all and a modified dexter blade. Can't do that with electric knives, they break or burn up.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Vulash is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-16-2017, 10:24 AM   #29
GoneSouth
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Jun 04 2010
Location: Matagorda
Age: 60
Posts: 564
Rep Power: 6263888
GoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to Pirate
Quote:
Originally Posted by bfrog2 View Post
I did the cart before the horse thing too and regret it. I asked them at the show where to get the small battery operated reciprocating saw and they said, "Lowe's or Home Depot has them." I went to both directly after the show and neither had them. I had one of their business cards so I emailed them to ask where they got the saw. They responded with CPO products (an online tool seller). I ordered a mini-reciprocating saw from CPO for about $85. Got it today; it only accepts jigsaw blades, not the Filletzall blade. Just paid $18 to return it UPS Ground and I still don't have a saw. Had I known it would be this much of a pain I wouldn't have bought the blade.
You can buy the Dexter blade (or any blade), cut off the plastic handle. then take a sawzall blade and use it as a template. Mark off where to trim the new blade and use a dremel tool, or burring tool to shape it the same as the sawzall blade to fit the holder. Drill the hole and test fit. Adjust as necessary. The Dexter is stainless steel and you will need to go slow. It is a hard material. Slower RPM works better on Stainless Steel.
GoneSouth is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Old 03-16-2017, 10:26 AM   #30
GoneSouth
Registered Users-pm+
 
Join Date: Jun 04 2010
Location: Matagorda
Age: 60
Posts: 564
Rep Power: 6263888
GoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to PirateGoneSouth has been promoted to Pirate
I have not found a battery operated one handed sawzall that looks like it will work, yet. The power cord one I have works well and I have power available where I clean. I would prefer the battery operated one however, to prevent shocks.
GoneSouth is offline   Reply With Quote Quick reply to this message
Reply

Bookmarks

Quick Reply
Message:
Options

Register Now

In order to be able to post messages on the 2CoolFishing forums, you must first register.
Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.
User Name:
Password
Please enter a password for your user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.
Password:
Confirm Password:
Email Address
Please enter a valid email address for yourself.
Email Address:

Log-in

Human Verification

In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic.




Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may post new threads
You may post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 11:11 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2017 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
copyright 2013
© 2008 Noreast Media, LLC | Terms of Service | Contact Us | Advertise