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#1 posted 12-04-2018 02:39 PM

A lot of drift also has to do with the set of the teeth. Your blade may be very sharp, but if there is any variance to their set, it will wander. Blades aren’t that expensive. Can you purchase one from a well reviewed manufacturer and see if you still have the drift?

If the blade is not the issue, then you have a backup in case you accidentally snap one.

-- Tony, SW Chicago Suburbs


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