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Dewalt 7-1/4" 24-Tooth Tungsten Carbide-Tipped Steel Circular Saw Blade

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Lowe's.com has Dewalt 7-1/4" 24-Tooth Tungsten Carbide-Tipped Steel Circular Saw Blade (DWA171424L) on sale for $4.98. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks rsvpd

Alternatively, Lowe's.com also has Irwin Marathon 7-1/4-in 24-Tooth Segmented Carbide Circular Saw Blade (24030PTL) on sale for $4.98. Select free store pickup where available otherwise shipping is free for MyLowe's Members (free to join).

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At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that this Dewalt 7-1/4" 24-Tooth Tungsten Carbide-Tipped Steel Circular Saw Blade is $4.49 lower (47.41% savings) than the next best available price for a comparable product from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $9.47. -SaltyOne

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has DEWALT 7-1/4-in 24-Tooth Tungsten Carbide-Tipped Steel Circular Saw Blade (DWA171424L) for $4.98 w/ free store pickup. Check nearby stores if price shows $9.98.

notes: this seems to be Lowe's specific model

also avail: IRWIN Marathon 7-1/4-in 24-Tooth Segmented Carbide Circular Saw Blade [lowes.com] $4.98 - free shipping is avail
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Yes , If you trim all the jagged edges off it .
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Will this fit the 6.5 in 20v
Circular saw
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Will this fit the 6.5 in 20v
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No you can fit a smaller blade but not bigger
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Will this fit the 6.5 in 20v
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Yes , If you trim all the jagged edges off it .
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Would this work on a Kobalt or DeWalt more saw that used a 7" blade?
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Maybe, but I bet if you get it to, it will only happen once.

Seriously though, no, it won't fit. The 20v tools use a smaller blade since they have less torque available to spin a hunk of metal around.

I want to say it's **generally** 60-ish volt tools that can use 7 1/4" blades. Or wired.
A 12v-ish can start a V8 engine , more to it than just the volts .
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Maybe, but I bet if you get it to, it will only happen once.

Seriously though, no, it won't fit. The 20v tools use a smaller blade since they have less torque available to spin a hunk of metal around.

I want to say it's **generally** 60-ish volt tools that can use 7 1/4" blades. Or wired.
The 18V tool that I know which take 7 1/4" blade is made by Milwaukee. I do not have the exact model number handy, but I have it and works like a champ
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The 18V tool that I know which take 7 1/4" blade is made by Milwaukee. I do not have the exact model number handy, but I have it and works like a champ
My Ridgid 18v cordless takes a 7 1/4" blade
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Wish they had 40T at this price. Thx OP
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Maybe, but I bet if you get it to, it will only happen once.

Seriously though, no, it won't fit. The 20v tools use a smaller blade since they have less torque available to spin a hunk of metal around.

I want to say it's **generally** 60-ish volt tools that can use 7 1/4" blades. Or wired.
DCS570 is a Dewalt 20v brushless saw that takes a 7.25 inch blade. Obviously not as powerful as the the 60 volt version but less than half the price.
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Maybe, but I bet if you get it to, it will only happen once.

Seriously though, no, it won't fit. The 20v tools use a smaller blade since they have less torque available to spin a hunk of metal around.

I want to say it's **generally** 60-ish volt tools that can use 7 1/4" blades. Or wired.
I just got the ryobi brushless one with 7 1/4"
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Would this be good to cut a door bottom with fine finish?
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I hate to ask another stupid question but here we go. I'm looking for a good finishing blade or all purpose. My thoughts were to go with a 40t rather than a 24t that came with my Ridgid circular saw. Was thinking about getting a Freud Diablo from Amazon.
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