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CRAFTSMAN 10-Inch Miter Saw Blade, Combo Pack 24T & 60T $19.98

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Same price at Lowe's
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Reviews are nice, anyone share to comment with their personal use?
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On a scale from 1 to 10 this is a major major go!
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This deal is tempting, but I have a 12" miter saw. Would these blades work or is the arbor size too small? Should I stick to buying a 12" blade?
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Reviews are nice, anyone share to comment with their personal use?
Personally all the new craftsman blades have been junk for me. The dewalt and diablos are so much better these aren't worth scrap price. Unless they've changed I'd pass on these. Paid $20 for the 2pk with a ripping blade and crosscut blade at lowes last year. Edit: I didnt notice this is the same pack actually. I thought it was 2 fine tooths
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This deal is tempting, but I have a 12" miter saw. Would these blades work or is the arbor size too small? Should I stick to buying a 12" blade?
Couldn't they be used on a table saw?
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This deal is tempting, but I have a 12" miter saw. Would these blades work or is the arbor size too small? Should I stick to buying a 12" blade?
They would fit the arbor but the saw may not come down far enough on a miter saw. They would work on a 12in table tho. Take the blade off and see if it goes down further
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Also the packaging is very sticky. This is a very poor move by Stanley bd. I had to use a ton of goo gone to get it off the blades.
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Diablo blades are worth the extra money, even to my cheap slickdealin' arse.
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The 60 tooth blade might be fine, but I would personally find very little utility for a 24 tooth framing/ripping blade on a miter saw.
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Diablo blades are worth the extra money, even to my cheap slickdealin' arse.
Agree. I'd rather have a good blade in a moderately cheap saw than a moderately cheap blade in a good saw.
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Agree. I'd rather have a good blade in a moderately cheap saw than a moderately cheap blade in a good saw.
I would even go further and say when you buy a diablo blade, you are actually buying 10 cheap blades in one. And on top of it, none of the cheap blades cut as well as a diablo even when they are brand new. Well may be the very first cut, and then it downhill from there.
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Diablo, Freud, and even Bosch have been solid.
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This deal is tempting, but I have a 12" miter saw. Would these blades work or is the arbor size too small? Should I stick to buying a 12" blade?
These have 5/8" arbor and your 12" probably has a 1" arbor, so will not mount.

Another issue is that these are not a negative rake, so will grab, aggressively pull itself into the wood on a sliding miter box or radial arm saw unless starting from front and pushing to back. Unless using this method of pushing, these will work alright for ripping with 10" table, radial, or cross cutting with non-sliding miter boxes.

Note: Typically, all blades from 4" to 10" are 5/8" round arbor, but some circular saws use a diamond shaped arbor that was very common as a knock out on 6 1/2" and 7 1'4" blades with 5/8" arbor.

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