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#1 posted 08-17-2017 03:16 PM

thanks for your input, I had another thought, the stock blade is still good, I replaced it because its not up to ripping green hard wood, its a fine tooth, so I was thinking a 2 tooth blade for cutting up my turning blanks and the stock blade for my other. just a thought

- Karda

There aren’t too many woodworking tools that scare me, but after using a 2 tpi bandsaw blade once, I’ll never use one again. Of course, if I was cutting flat stuff, then there isn’t a problem, but cutting uneven stuff is downright spooky. ........... Jerry (in Tucson)

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