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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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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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Is this what I need to cut vinyl fencing? Sorry, total newbie here.
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I've been doing this for years, I rarely pull out my 10" blade (only when I'm doing something really thick). I think the real benefit of using a 7 1/4" blade though is safety. The video you posted doesn't really go into this. This video goes into that and more:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVO7BkA6CN4
The video I linked is purely about using circular saw blades for a table saw.. the video you linked is a safety video with mention of using one.
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Is this what I need to cut vinyl fencing? Sorry, total newbie here.
carbide tipped is what is recommended. You will have a lot of vibration and the vinyl will slightly deform as you are cutting it though it will spring back. But you want to make sure you have a good grip on the piece that you are cutting maybe even in a vice if you are going to use a circular saw. A jig saw with a carbide blade would probably be better if you have access to one as it would allow more control with less vibration than the circular saw . You can get a cheap mini hacksaw with a small pack of blades for about 8-10 dollars. This would be handy to fix any ragged edges from either saw. Depending on the size of the project the whole thing could be done with a mini hacksaw.
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Thanks. The guy at HOme Depot told me to buy an angle grinder with a diamond blade for tile. Now, I'm confused. Thanks for clarifying.
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carbide tipped is what is recommended. You will have a lot of vibration and the vinyl will slightly deform as you are cutting it though it will spring back. But you want to make sure you have a good grip on the piece that you are cutting maybe even in a vice if you are going to use a circular saw. A jig saw with a carbide blade would probably be better if you have access to one as it would allow more control with less vibration than the circular saw . You can get a cheap mini hacksaw with a small pack of blades for about 8-10 dollars. This would be handy to fix any ragged edges from either saw. Depending on the size of the project the whole thing could be done with a mini hacksaw.
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Thanks. The guy at HOme Depot told me to buy an angle grinder with a diamond blade for tile. Now, I'm confused. Thanks for clarifying.
there are a number of videos on Y**Tube. Searching "cut vinyl fence" brings up many results. Just looking at the thumbnail pics for the videos I can see all of the options mentioned (grinder, circular saw, and jig saw) are featured in one or the other. My suggestion would be watch a couple of these and see what your comfort level might be when using one of these tools. Some are louder, some bigger, less/more control etc. Hopefully the authors of the video will talk about the tool and how it works. You can also see how they hold the vinyl fencing to cut it. Look in the thumbnails too for the type of fencing they are cutting and try to spot something similar to what you are cutting and watch that video regardless of what tool they are using to get a feel for how the material will cut. Usually the comments section of some of these videos will also have some semi-sound advice. Googlin "cut vinyl fence" brings up many results as well. Good luck, be safe, and enjoy an early foray into DIY.
Wear eye protection with these or any power tools.
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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
I have an older, brushed, Rigid 18vlt 7 1/4" circular saw that works as well as any traditional corded circ saw I've ever owned. I was cutting pressure treated 4x4s all day Sunday like butter. With the newer brushless motors there are even legitimate sidewinders that use 18vlt batteries.
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there are a number of videos on Y**Tube. Searching "cut vinyl fence" brings up many results. Just looking at the thumbnail pics for the videos I can see all of the options mentioned (grinder, circular saw, and jig saw) are featured in one or the other. My suggestion would be watch a couple of these and see what your comfort level might be when using one of these tools. Some are louder, some bigger, less/more control etc. Hopefully the authors of the video will talk about the tool and how it works. You can also see how they hold the vinyl fencing to cut it. Look in the thumbnails too for the type of fencing they are cutting and try to spot something similar to what you are cutting and watch that video regardless of what tool they are using to get a feel for how the material will cut. Usually the comments section of some of these videos will also have some semi-sound advice. Googlin "cut vinyl fence" brings up many results as well. Good luck, be safe, and enjoy an early foray into DIY.
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thanks again twistedtim76! I've been binge watching those YT videos so hopefully I can pull it off.
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Dewalt blades are junk. You can get a 2pk of Diablo 40T blades for $15. MUCH better than this deal.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diabl.../207072968 [homedepot.com]

They also have a 60T 2pk for $19.99

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diabl.../302657952

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these look to be finer cuts and better buys.
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Will this fit the 6.5 in 20v
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nope youre better off buying a diablo that fits your saw.
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Dewalt blades are junk. You can get a 2pk of Diablo 40T blades for $15. MUCH better than this deal.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diabl.../207072968

They also have a 60T 2pk for $19.99.
oh yeah the more teeth a nicer cut.. these 24 teeth are so wasteful with cuts... man for jobs and rough i dont give a F... use the 24. I admit im looking at the dumb blade that came with my ridgid 7 1/4 sliding miter 18v and it leaves splinters after cuts. im on the fence for a nice 60t 7 1/4 blade on sale. that and the 8 1/4 for the dewilt 60v table saw and some 10 or 12s for the dewilt dwe7480 im scared of the 12" dewilt flex-volt chop saw. now the blades on that mofo ehhhh.
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Doesn't really seem like a question but Diablo are the best thin kerf blades out there. I go through skilly blades (7.25inch) like crazy we use maybe 10per month and Diablo are the best by far
Could not disagree more, and I'm a huge Freud fan. Not sure what happened to this line of blades, my experience has not been good with them lately. Switched over to CMT Orange blades for less money, saw far so goodlaugh out loud.

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Could not disagree more, and I'm a huge Freud fan. Not sure what happened to this line of blades, my experience has not been good with them lately. Switched over to CMT Orange blades for less money, saw far so goodlaugh out loud.

WB
Thanks for the heads up never tried one but I'll give one a shot I've seen them advertised in JLC since forever and I think I've had at least one or two 10inch through the years.

I'm always surprised when I throw on a new Irwin marathon or other blade how lame it feels vs Diablo blades but if cmt is even better that'd be cool
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Could not disagree more, and I'm a huge Freud fan. Not sure what happened to this line of blades, my experience has not been good with them lately. Switched over to CMT Orange blades for less money, saw far so goodlaugh out loud.

WB
I found a 24 tooth framing blade on Amazon for $9.30 is that near what you're paying for them? You said they were cheaper and my ears perked up but at 10 that's about what Diablo costs
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these look to be finer cuts and better buys.
Aside from the higher teeth count making finer cuts, does 24T vs 40T/60T matter for rip or crosscutting?
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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
I have a Dewalt 20v that does. I think it's basically high end cordless saws.
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