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Planeman40

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#1 posted 07-12-2017 03:18 PM

”Planeman, what makes it the best?”

I judge a saw blade on how it performs. With this Harbor Freight blade this is what I experienced.

1. The blade, a 12” 96-tooth carbide blade, ran dead true on the arbor and was balanced with no vibration at all.

2. The cuts were so smooth that no further finishing was needed on most cuts.

3. The carbide blade tips have stayed very sharp after 2 1/2 years use in a much used home workshop.

4. As mine is a 12 ” saw, it can cut a 2×4 lengthwise in the 4” dimention. I have done this a number of times with no problems from the blade. No heating distortion.

What more could you ask?

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