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DECEMBER JLC 1998 Products JLC's Products by Pete Young Steel Framing Aids Carpenters who have made the switch to steel framing now have two new options for cutting studs. Steel Studs carbide-tipped circular saw blades come in two diameters, 71/4 and 10 inches ($33.50 and $61, respectively). Both are designed to make burr-free cuts in up to 20-gauge galvanized steel studs. Contact: The Oldham Company, 4 The Professional Drive, West Jefferson, NC 28694; 800/828-9000. For customized cuts, try Bulldog Snips. For $21, you get hardened serrated blades at the end of a long-leverage, short-bite design. Contact: Klenk Industries, Inc., 20 Germay Drive, Wilmington, DE 19804; 800/327-5619. Gluing to metal studs has been a problem in the past because the oily film on the