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Using Ryobi Hole Saws

I have a 90 piece drill bit set from Ryobi. Included are some hole saws, but I cannot figure out how to use them.

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  • anershay Feb 04, 2010

    I found the arbor, but I cannot find any way that the hole saw bits attach.

  • anershay Feb 04, 2010

    I found the arbor, but I cannot find any way that the hole saw bits attach.

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Hello. Somewhere in your set you will find what is called an arbor. The arbor has a drill bit in it and the hole saws get screwed on to the arbor.

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Regards, Joe
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Posted on Feb 04, 2010

  • nancyhildebr Aug 29, 2011

    After an hour and a half trying to answer the same question, I finally realized that you unscrew a piece on the arbor, and the hole saw fits inside there. Once you've got that piece unscrewed, it's easy to figure out.

  • Patience LeMew
    Patience LeMew Jan 29, 2014

    Same issue as soon as I read this comment I found the unscrew part.

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