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Will this saw be able to cut steel on truck and trailer frames? the steel may be 2-3 inches thick in some places. other places only about a half inch thick. is this a good tool for cutting heavy metal?

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Never heard of cutting steel with a chain saw. What works best for me has been a sawzall with a good quality steel cutting blade. The real thin metal cutting blade on a circular saw works pretty good also.

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