circular saw bladfes
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What is you'alls go to 7 1/4 circular saw blade?  Do you just use a combo or do you switch for ripping and cross cutting>  Thanks.
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  Re: circular saw bladfes by weelis (What is you'alls go ...)
Normally a 24T Freud.
Dewalt has some in that tooth# also. Son tried some out and really liked them.
Steve

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  Re: RE: circular saw bladfes by Stwood_ (Normally a 24T Freud...)
(12-06-2020, 04:58 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: Normally a 24T Freud.
Dewalt has some in that tooth#  also. Son tried some out and really liked them.

Same here,24 tooth freud,tried DeWalt and found them to be total crap.I also use Freud for my table saw and sliding compound miter saw.

Mel
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  Re: circular saw bladfes by weelis (What is you'alls go ...)
Basic blade is 24 tooth, as others have said. I have a 60 tooth, a steel cutting and an aluminum cutting as needed.
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Garry
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  Re: RE: circular saw bladfes by museumguy (Basic blade is 24 to...)
Diablo 24T for construction lumber, 40T for plywood.  To me they seem to last much longer than other brands.

Always by 2 of each, have a new one handy.
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