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Can you cut cast iron pipe with a sawzall?

If you need to make just a couple of cuts for a splice, a reciprocating saw or grinder is a better option than a snap cutter. Both tools will cut cast iron with relative ease, if not as quickly as a snap cutter, and they work in tight spaces. The right blade or cutting wheel is the key to either tool.

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