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I have found that by the time I have to change the blade, the tool has used it's usefull life.

It usually binds in the handle after that.

The apprentice on the job last week was able to make a useful tool out of the six garbage roto strip tools I had in my graveyard though.
Funny how different people have different experiences.

Like Hack, I still have the first one I bought. And I can tell you, I change the blade a lot.
 
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Sorry dude! I was just wondering! I just don't normally go to supply houses for my tools is all
Really? That's where most of us buy our tools.
Where else do you buy specialty tools..like a Roto-Split?
 
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