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Posted on carbide tooth chipping on my Freud LM75R--do I need to do anything?

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#1 posted 03-10-2014 01:56 AM

I had the same thing happen to more than one Freud blade, one time to a forrest blade. Freud wasn’t interested in talking about it. Forrest replaced the blade (but I had to pay shipping), I had not even used the Forrest blade, I noticed the carbide chipping off when I was preparing to install it. I been using Ridge Carbides for a couple of years now, no problems at all.

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