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BinghamtonEd

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#1 posted 10-11-2012 03:53 PM

I have Diablo rip, crosscut, and dado blades. Been extremely pleased with all, but then again, never used a Forrest or anything fancy like that. My Diablo blades leave a great edge and cut easily. Plus, readily available locally. I’ve used Dewalt crosscut blade as well, but have been happier with my Diablos.

If you have to buy just one blade, see what the offer in combination blades. I still use the combo blade that came with my Bosch TS for cuts where I don’t mind a little bit of a rougher edge. And that edge is due to the fact that its a cheap blade that came with my saw, not because it’s a combo blade.

Also run a diablo in my circular saw, and after replacing the old lousy blade, I wish I had done it sooner.

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