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Thread: Freud Blades

  1. #1
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    Had to buy a new blade for my circular saw the other day. Ended up getting a Freud crosscut blade similar to this one:



    I would like to say that this blade is above and beyond the blades I'm used to using. Highly recomend.

    Chad
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    Had to buy a new blade for my circular saw the other day. Ended up getting a Freud crosscut blade similar to this one:



    I would like to say that this blade is above and beyond the blades I'm used to using. Highly recomend.

    Chad
    There are three ways to do things: The right way, the wrong way and my way.

    Three Little Birds
    Love is My Religion

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    Had to buy a new blade for my circular saw the other day. Ended up getting a Freud crosscut blade similar to this one:



    I would like to say that this blade is above and beyond the blades I'm used to using. Highly recomend.

    Chad
    There are three ways to do things: The right way, the wrong way and my way.

    Three Little Birds
    Love is My Religion

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    Wait til you try the Freud Rip Blade.
    Awesome.

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    Wait til you try the Freud Rip Blade.
    Awesome.

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    Wait til you try the Freud Rip Blade.
    Awesome.

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    And the price on these blades are not bad. I paid $10 for a 7-1/4" cross cut.

    Chad
    There are three ways to do things: The right way, the wrong way and my way.

    Three Little Birds
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    And the price on these blades are not bad. I paid $10 for a 7-1/4" cross cut.

    Chad
    There are three ways to do things: The right way, the wrong way and my way.

    Three Little Birds
    Love is My Religion

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    And the price on these blades are not bad. I paid $10 for a 7-1/4" cross cut.

    Chad
    There are three ways to do things: The right way, the wrong way and my way.

    Three Little Birds
    Love is My Religion

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    I have Forrest, Delta, Amana and Fueud blades and think teh Freud LU84 combination blade is the most useful blade in my shop, and the best for the money. The new teflon coated version is even better.
    Tom L

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    I have Forrest, Delta, Amana and Fueud blades and think teh Freud LU84 combination blade is the most useful blade in my shop, and the best for the money. The new teflon coated version is even better.
    Tom L

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    I have Forrest, Delta, Amana and Fueud blades and think teh Freud LU84 combination blade is the most useful blade in my shop, and the best for the money. The new teflon coated version is even better.
    Tom L

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