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    Default Multitool blades

    I am looking for blades for a dewalt brushless multi tool.
    Any suggestions for one that fit the quick release. All mine are starlock ones. Tia

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    Bunnings have a good range.

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    Any specific ones.

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    I use Milwaukee open-lok ones on my Milwaukee tool-less multi tool. They aren't cheap! They might fit. Available at the larger tool stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itms View Post
    I am looking for blades for a dewalt brushless multi tool.
    Any suggestions for one that fit the quick release. All mine are starlock ones. Tia
    I have the same machine. I just bought what I needed from Bunnings or Total Tools, depending on what was easiest on the day.

    If I could buy the dust extractor for the delta sanding head it would be just perfect.

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    I tend to shop at total tools
    What brand is recommended?

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    Diablo, are not bad I use too use them quite a bit.

    https://www.totaltools.com.au/196109...tal-2608f02290

    Cheers Matt.

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    Bosch are good too (I think they are Diablo or Diablo are Bosch)

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    The bosch blades wont fit the dewalt quick release as isnt starlock compatible and need open back blade mounting

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    Diablo make both styles

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    Will look

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    I'd stick to any of the reputable brands, ie milwaukee, makita, diablo, bosche etc.
    Multitool blades are relatively cheap and don't particularly last very long to warrant buying cheap blades, so get what you can readily get your hands on and get to work. The cheap ones do work, but (for me atleast) cause more problems than solve, eg I've have had multiple Ryobi blades fail catastrophically.

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