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#1 posted 08-01-2018 07:41 PM

OK your comments helped me a lot. I will buy two blades, one for ripping (24T) and one for crosscut.

For crosscut on my table saw, based on what Knotscott said I should buy a general purpose blade (40T/50T) ? 60T like Freud LU88 is for miter saw ?

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Good decision. 6/4 stock on that saw would be tough with a combo blade, a rip blade will be much safer. Resistance can make things dangerous quickly, especially when the mood starts to move during the cut.

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