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bonesbr549

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#1 posted 03-08-2017 08:51 PM

Friction is not your friend. Few teeth go through like butter but leave saw marks. High teeth smooth and great for cross cuts.

I use a combination blade the WWII its a great tradeoff between rip/crosscut and is a true sweetspot. I love my 40T ATB.

However when ripping large stock and speed is prescribed, I go to my 20T WWII and it cuts like butter. I use it mostly when cutting 12/4 or larger. It will not leave a glueline rip but cuts fast and does not burn.

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