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#1 posted 07-09-2017 01:10 AM

I don’t have a catalog in front of me so I can’t give you a model number but I like the 30 tooth Glue Line Rip blade made by Freud. It is the one with the red non-stick coating. In your case, I would strongly recommend the narrow kerf version. I used a Craftsman 113 series table saw for about 20 years and when I replaced the regular blade with a thin kerf one, it was like I replaced the motor with a higher power one.

I used to have a Craftsman radial arm saw. It had this tendency to self feed to the point it would stall itself out. I sold it rather than deal with the problem but I hear the crosscut blades with a negative hook angle work much better.

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