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#1 posted 01-11-2018 04:47 AM

I have them on just about all cutting tools in my shop from skill saws, 2 different miter saws ( one being a 12” ), and on my table saw. I also have a lot of different tooth counts. My go to blade on my table saw is a 10 inch 50 tooth combo blade. I have noticed that they don’t seem to pick up any crap on the blades do to the red coating on them. I have never had a problem with any of them for any reason. The 50 tooth combo cuts both rip and crosscut very smoothly. If I have a lot of ripping, I do change to a ripping blade for quicker cutting. I have a 90 tooth blade that cuts plywood flawlessly. I am sure there are better blades out there, but for the money and how well they work I will stick with them.

-- MEL, Kansas


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