Is a 6-7.5 amp reciprocating saw strong enough to cut the top of a keg?
Looking to cut the top off of 3 kegs to make keggles. I have an angle grinder to start the process but I am considering buying a reciprocating saw to finish it. Would either of these be strong enough to do the job?
It will be much harder with that kind of saw than a cutoff wheel. It should only take a few minutes with the cutoff disc. I have cut at least 8 kegs with a 3" air powered harbor freight cutter. Use the thinnest disc. I can cut one keg top using only one disc($1.00)I have a small compressor and had to wait longer for the compessor to keep filling than it took to cut. I would say it took about 20 passes.
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