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#1 posted 04-03-2013 06:30 PM

I would strongly recommend a thin kerf blade for that saw. It makes a big difference in terms of cut quality, and ease of use. Tooth count is just a function of what work you are doing. IE: 24 tooth for ripping, 80 tooth for fine crosscutting, 30-50 tooth blades do a little bit of everything.
A high ATB blade will make cleaner cuts in sheet goods. A combo blade features flat ground teeth, as well as high ATB teeth for the best of both worlds.
A thin kerf combo blade with 30-50 teeth should do nicely.
Look at Freud brand for one (available at HD, and everywhere online).

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