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What are you guys using for your circular saw blade storage on /to the job site? My blades have long ago outgrew the saw boxes. Between the 7 1/4 and the 6 1/2 sizes, and the different types Framing, Pressure treated, plastic, Metal, Demo - cheap, mid grade, and the few high end ones I have, I need a long term solution for about Dozen blades or so. I found these on the net. Anyone use them? What is your solution?

http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/2020271/21258/10-Saw-Blade-Bag.aspx#ProdInformationTab

http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/20...ular-Saw-Storage-Case.aspx#ProdInformationTab
 

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I have that nylon one you have in that link. The only issue is the blade teeth cut it, especially the kapex blades I think their a little bigger then a standard 10"
 

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I just made one out of plywood with a handle and bolt with a wing nut. The better blades I put a washer before and after so teeth don't rub on next blade.
 

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I have used the orange one for well over 10 years. Works well for me. You probably should get a stack of washers to put between the blades to keep the carbide teeth from each other. I don't, and haven't had a problem, but I can see it happening.
 
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