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DEWALT Construction 8-1/4-in 40-Tooth Segmented Tungsten Carbide-Tipped Steel Circular Saw Blade - $6.04 @ Lowe's + Free Store Pickup - YMMV?

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DEWALT DW3184 Series 20 8-1/4-Inch 40 Tooth ATB Thin Kerf Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-C...de/1210131

As with most Lowe's deals, this might be YMMV based on your store . So here's the BS link:
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Shows out of stock most everyplace, but allows to order for in store pickup. Kind of an odd size; at least not as popular, I still need a couple of these... thanks.

PS: This will fit on a 10" table or radial saw if on the cheap... just does not cut as deep.
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YDMV if in stock.
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Shows out of stock most everyplace, but allows to order for in store pickup. Kind of an odd size; at least not as popular, I still need a couple of these... thanks.

PS: This will fit on a 10" table or radial saw if on the cheap... just does not cut as deep.
These are for dewalt table saw and miter saw that use this odd size. For 10" it's easy to find blades for around $10 so wouldn't waste these for that purpose plus some saws will undercut pieces with smaller blades in them.
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These are for dewalt table saw and miter saw that use this odd size. For 10" it's easy to find blades for around $10 so wouldn't waste these for that purpose plus some saws will undercut pieces with smaller blades in them.
Nonsense... these are for any 5/8" or diamond arbor saw it will fit, which includes many brands and types besides DeWalt. I am using it for a Craftsman 8-1/4" radial arm saw and a Makita 8 1/4" circular saw. That said, if on a job site and I need a 10" blade for a table saw and out of sharp blades on the truck, I will use one these any day and still cut through two inch or more board thickness. These will not fit a 12" saw, because the arbor on most is 1".


PS: If you will look at the specs, this blade is made specifically for "Compatible with Handheld Circular Saws" ... but not listed for any stationary saw. I am still going to use it for stationary saws, but just saying.... it does not have any flat ground rake teeth; only alternating bevel, so be careful what you use it on AND what you are cutting.

Enjoy your Sunday...
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Just got these and they have a 15 degree positive rake, which means be a bit careful with crosscutting. If using on a rail/slider miter box, or a radial saw, push will typically be better than pull. A positive rake of this style tends to 'climb' and great for ripping, like with a table saw.

The opposed negative rake blade would be great for cross cutting on sliding miter and radial saws, but poor on say ripping with the grain on a table saw that would tend to throw wood back at you. Using this blade on a circular saw will be fine, if not great.

There are many styles of blades and if using, one would do well to understand their dynamics and purpose.... will save a lot of band-aids or a trip to the ER and/or ruined wood.
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These are for dewalt table saw and miter saw that use this odd size. For 10" it's easy to find blades for around $10 so wouldn't waste these for that purpose plus some saws will undercut pieces with smaller blades in them.
Makita, Skilsaw, Milwaukee, Hitchi, Bosch and Dewalt all make (or made) 8 1/4" Circular saws .

You can cut a 6 x 6 in two passes, or notch in one, without having to finish with a recip, amongst other uses.
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Anyone have a zip code this works in?
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Zero stock at my local Lowe's. Ordered online anyways and after 4 days, I got a pickup notification
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Lucky... I'm still waiting.
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anyone have a zip code this works in?
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