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anything will be better than the dewalt. i take them off as soon as i buy a saw.

i was using the t3 razor, until switching to a green Pearl blade with the thicker core and a non traditional diamond design that reduces chipping. blows the T3 out of the water
 

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anything will be better than the dewalt. i take them off as soon as i buy a saw.

i was using the t3 razor, until switching to a green Pearl blade with the thicker core and a non traditional diamond design that reduces chipping. blows the T3 out of the water
This the blade you're taking about?

http://www.contractorsdirect.com/Co...iamond-Blades/Pearl-DTL10HPXL-Porcelain-Blade

I'm a huge fan of the T3 so that's impressive. How much experience do you have with the T3? (Not doubting you just curious.)
 

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This the blade you're taking about?

http://www.contractorsdirect.com/Co...iamond-Blades/Pearl-DTL10HPXL-Porcelain-Blade

I'm a huge fan of the T3 so that's impressive. How much experience do you have with the T3? (Not doubting you just curious.)

No let me see if i can find it. My supplier picked it up and on a chance i said i would try it. Cheaper than the t3, locally available for me and IMO a better chip free cut.

I ran 3 t3's to the metal. that is one thing i liked about them, you can run them til they literally run no more
 

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No let me see if i can find it. My supplier picked it up and on a chance i said i would try it. Cheaper than the t3, locally available for me and IMO a better chip free cut.

I ran 3 t3's to the metal. that is one thing i liked about them, you can run them til they literally run no more
Yep - you've used em lol. Yeah I'm real curious about that Pearl now..
 

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I'd say this is the best blade I've ever used. Unfortunately, it doesn't come in 8" so doesn't help me.
http://tiletools.com/us/the-shield-thin-rimmed-turbo-blade/

I ran this 4" blade on a grinder and after cutting out maybe 1000 sq ft of bubbled epoxy coating over concrete, I ran it through porcelain with no chip outs.

It's better than a Razor. Better than a Stealth.
 

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