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#1 posted 08-17-2017 06:07 PM

A blade used to cut green wood, requires a lot of gullet to effectively clear damp sawdust A carbide tipped blade would be great, but any good 1/2”, 3TPI blade will do the job. I personally use Starrett, “Woodpecker” blades; their weld is invisible. Lenox also makes a good blade. I have not tried a Timber wolf, but I hear many are happy with them.


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