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Old 02-02-2016, 11:24 PM   #1
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Saw Blades.

I need to get a couple good saw blades. 7.5" for my skillsaw and my makita sidewinder. Also need a new 10" blade for my chop saw as well as my table saw. Need the bigger blades for trim. No hard woods. Thanks in advance. Also where can they be sent to sharpen or is it about the same price to just buy new ones. I just went on my own after working for companies for the last 18 years. It was easy to spend there money. But no that it's my money I won't to buy the good stuff that last longer. I've been using the red diablo blades from HD so fare. And Milwaukee for sawzall blades. Well we are at it what about screw bits?
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Old 02-03-2016, 05:01 AM   #2
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Re: Saw Blades.

After 18 years one should know it's Skil, and 7-1/4".
I hear Tipitop is hiring...


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That guy in video have mental issues plus eat hole turtle from some reason
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After 18 years one should know it's Skil, and 7-1/4".
I hear Tipitop is hiring...
Ouch.. name spelling I can accept, not knowing blade sizing is a different issue all together.

7 1/4? probably cheaper to buy new. 10"?Not unless its a specialty blade.

If your happy with Freud, stick with it. I like em.
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