recip saw blades

Discussion in 'Other Trades Talk' started by wild man, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. panlid

    panlid New Member

    jason youll find if you just grip them at the end with you claw hammer and then start bending it back and to, it will brake at the wall leaving it flush or there abouts. if not exactly flush you can knock th last bit in.
     
  2. panlid

    panlid New Member

    mak trtrtrtrtrtr it trtrtrtrtrtrrt aaaaaa slurpppp!
     
  3. panlid

    panlid New Member

    And I already knew what a recessed bit of wood was

    what was it then?

    andy i suspect your pi**ed! arnt you?
     
  4. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    I didn't know they were called horns.

    Now answer mine. Why can't I out a window like I said ?
    And I know rcip is less effort, but I bet you can't measure the difference in speed of cutting, if any.


    No fkin horns cut the two sides and out(ooh taking care all the time of course)

    Why not ?


    Handyandy - really
     
  5. Jason123

    Jason123 New Member

    I am, Sid, I wanted sexy, Fenella Frostrup, not John Merrick
     
  6. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    And if you smack the nail at the wall with a hammer and bolster, it almost guarantees they will snap flush.



    Handyandy - really
     
  7. Jason123

    Jason123 New Member

    Handy can you say suck my key with a hoover baby, in the style of Austin Powers?
     
  8. panlid

    panlid New Member

    andy if you go back and actually read it i didnt say you couldnt. are you actually saying thats what i said simply because i asked you how you do it.
    ive alreadty told you i can do it in one with the same scenario, so i obviously wasnt questioning it. i simply asked how do you get the head and cill out when the horns are set into the brickwork. its then that you go off on one and deny this exsists.
    read your posts.
    you then jump straight in all guns blazing saying you can snap them off without even knowing what was the real horn i was talking about, which is only snappable if rotten as you say, though we both know this isnt what was meant.

    btw, if the mullion and transom is smashed out like you said for your 2 cuts the this is how to do it with one cut.
    you cut the cill with loop end of crowbar under outside cill and prize up whilst cutting. as you cut it will keep lifting till eventually the last bit will snap.the you prize with a crowbar one side out with the piece of cill connected to this side going over the top of the other. now the othe side can be done the same way except you dont have to miss other half of cill with this one. usually the head comes down connected to one or the other side.
    when i price up windows i take into account the age of the existing windows. if they are original they usually go into the brickwork(just a thought, this may be a regional thing)at head and cill, so i have to price up for replacing bricks.

    i either cut out the window and where the half bricks are missing i put new complete halves in and then cut cill round them. or i put cill right into brickwork and put a piece in on top of the cill.
    some bigger companies who use subbies will just throw in mortar and it looks ****!
     
  9. panlid

    panlid New Member

    Handy can you say suck my key with a hoover baby, in the style of Austin Powers

    LMAO:D

    you a funny guy!
     
  10. dj.

    dj. New Member

    when you fit new ones do you fit a big rubber strip along the bottom to stop water getting in??
     
  11. panlid

    panlid New Member

    apparently thames barrier ltd were interested in them;)
     
  12. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    I pay 75p each for my blades (bosch fast wood)

    Handyandy i always knew you was a chancer, but now you've really outed yourself,
    you once told me that you used to be a fitter but yet you,
    don't know what a horn is?
    don't know cill is spelt with a c?
    you use a handsaw?
    2 cuts?
    come on, you're fooling no one but yourself
     
  13. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    Sid, are you a window-fitter ?

    How many window fitters do you know (personally) that
    use reciprocating saws ?(because you said 'all over
    britain)



    Handycapped - really

    please miss, can i answer this one please?
     
  14. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    If the window is the original window as fitted when
    built, sid, you will find that the sill does not
    extend into the brickwork numbnut.

    The part of the head that may extend into the cavity
    can be pulled down by the fact that there is a
    cavity, numbnuts.

    Do builders purposely leave part of a brick out for a
    sill to go into ? No


    Next please. This one will beat you again sid.
    Experience, Sid.

    Are you still taking this all in, and learning ?


    Handycapped - really


    You've never fitted at all have you?
     
  15. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    I didn't know they were called horns.

    Now answer mine. Why can't I out a window like I said
    ?


    Handycapped - really

    Because of the horns dear (know in the trade as recessed things)
     
  16. panlid

    panlid New Member

    roj ive learnt something at least from this thread.
    i went into local merchants and asked for a piece of wood with recessed on it. the lad cut me a piece of wood and threw it behind the cutting shed!
    there you go he said! its fuc**ng recessed!

    where the hell you getting bosch blades at 75p each.
    ive just paid £10 for a pack of 5!!!:(

    ive got 19 windows, 4 patio doors and i set of french's to do next week in a big big big house. hard week i think so the wife said i can sit on my ars3 all weekend:D
     
  17. Mr. Handyandy

    Mr. Handyandy Screwfix Select

    Rosie, I'm glad you came along to give me a chance to tell you what a plonker you really are.

    FIRSTLY, I explained that I didn't know they were called horns. I have never heard of an extended sill that is recessed into the brickwork being called a horn.

    Do you call your private bit a freddie ? No ?
    Well you didn't fkin know that was what it is called.
    Plonker.

    Cill(sill) can be spelt both ways.

    An extract from SmartSuite dictionary:
    sill (sil) n. The horizontal member that bears the upright part of a frame, especially the base of a window.
    [From Old English syll, threshold]


    An extract from WordWeb dictionary:
    sill (sil)
    Structural member consisting of a continuous horizontal timber forming the lowest member of a framework or supporting structure.


    Eat that rosie and weep.


    And I cut as fast with a handsaw as anything else.Especially one of those vibrating tooth fairies.

    And if you read my posts, you will see that I was talking about a bog standard window. I never said it would have recessed sills (horns).


    Now there seems to be good reason for you to apologise.

    Don't worry, I won't hold my breath.


    At your service, Handyandy - really
     
  18. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member


    where the hell you getting bosch blades at 75p each.
    ive just paid £10 for a pack of 5!!!:(

    ive got 19 windows, 4 patio doors and i set of
    french's to do next week in a big big big house. hard
    week i think so the wife said i can sit on my ars3
    all weekend:D

    shop local to me (croydon)
    they sell them individually, i buy about 50 at a time
    75p are the 150mm ones, which i use most of
    the larger 12"ish ones they for £1.50
    looks like you got a few days work there sid, you should get handycapped round with his handsaw and crack it out in a month :)
     
  19. Rojjie

    Rojjie New Member

    Rosie, I'm glad you came along to give me a chance to
    tell you what a plonker you really are.

    FIRSTLY, I explained that I didn't know they were
    called horns. I have never heard of an extended sill
    that is recessed into the brickwork being called a
    horn.

    Do you call your private bit a freddie ? No ?
    Well you didn't fkin know that was what it is
    called.
    Plonker.

    Cill(sill) can be spelt both ways.

    An extract from SmartSuite dictionary:
    sill (sil) n. The horizontal member
    that bears the upright part of a frame, especially
    the base of a window.
    [From Old English syll, threshold]


    An extract from WordWeb dictionary:
    sill (sil)
    Structural member consisting of a continuous
    horizontal timber forming the lowest member of a
    framework or supporting structure.


    Eat that rosie and weep.


    And I cut as fast with a handsaw as anything
    else.Especially one of those vibrating tooth
    fairies.

    And if you read my posts, you will see that I was
    talking about a bog standard window. I never said it
    would have recessed sills (horns).


    Now there seems to be good reason for you to
    apologise.

    Don't worry, I won't hold my breath.


    At your service, Handycapped - really


    Never heard of horns? the same horns that must be on 80% of windows and doors?

    sill, well you've got me there, bang to rights, you really are the man.....it's still cill though isnt it andy?

    bog standard, like i say it must be 80% that have them so that'll be one with recessed bits wouldn't it? so 2 cuts aint never gonna happen.
     
  20. panlid

    panlid New Member

    i could pick many, but this sums up your knowledge or lack of it.

    If the window is the original window as fitted when built, sid, you will find that the sill does not extend into the brickwork numbnut.

    nuff said.

    andy im not going to spend thre rest of the night exposing you as a blagger. you did that all by yourself last night.
    thanks for admitting i taught you something, especially as you called me childish names and insinuated i was ignorant.
    im also glad you accepted you were the ignorant one not knowing what a horn was.

    thanks andy.

    cue andy's......
    you cant prove me wrong can you sid?,
    you are embarresing yourself sid...
    you cannot accept you are wrong sid..
    you cant say it cant be done like this....

    its all in the threads along with all your other gems, and as you can see there isnt a shortage of people lining up to quote them.

    as someone said over at tt, the fact someone titles himself on a (how does dj say it?) ***** dribbler like HA then you deserve ridicule. especially when you talk absolut *****..

    goodnight HA, i pity you:(
     

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