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2-Pack DeWalt 7-1/4" x 5/8" 24T Carbide Tipped Saw Blades EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 2-Pack DeWalt 7-1/4" x 5/8" 24T Carbide Tipped Saw Blades (DWA1714242) for $9.99 for Rewards Members (free to join). Select free curbside pickup where stock permits. Thanks rsvpd

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Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] has 2-Pack DeWalt 7-1/4 in. Diameter x 5/8 in. 24T Carbide Tipped Saw Blades for $9.99 for Rewards members (free to join [acehardware.com]). Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.
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These are for rough framing studs so why does it matter if it splinters?

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Don't need it right now but better to have for when i eventually do. Thanks!
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Any thoughts on these vs the avanti deal at HD? They have 2 24T For $6 or so with a "thin kerf" design.
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Diablo blades, don't compromise!
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Diablo blades, don't compromise!
Agree, hd, usually has them 2 for 10anyway (Diablo)... not a fp deal
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24 tooth - have fun with the splinters.
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These are for rough framing studs so why does it matter if it splinters?
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Any thoughts on these vs the avanti deal at HD? They have 2 24T For $6 or so with a "thin kerf" design.
Can't speak to the 7.25" 24T blades, but the Avanti 60T 10" blades (2 for $14.97 around holidays) have treated me well in my miter saw and table saw for the last couple years.

As others mentioned, I picked up the diablo blades at 2 for 10 and use those in my circular saw. Don't blow through them so haven't had a need to buy more blades or try these Avanti 7.25s.
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I've always used Avanti but used my first Diablo blade and there was a noticeable difference. My 80 teeth avanti blade always has slight splintering and the Diablo had none whatsoever
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Love the diablo 2 for $10 deal i wish I had bought the smaller one since I don't go through them often the 7.23" can't be used on the smaller one, but the 6" blade could have been used for both..
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Lots of comments about getting diablos. I personally have used the two for 10 - 24 tooth diablos and these blades and can say without a doubt the quality is quite equal. These blades cut well and hold up very well. Honestly have been extremely happy with how well these DeWalt blades have held up for five bucks a piece it's a no-brainer. Certainly imo not worth waiting around for some other deal if you're in the market for some now or the near future.
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Bought this blade a few weeks back at Lowe's on sale... And its horrible for ripping. I trashed it after the first use.
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Bought this blade a few weeks back at Lowe's on sale... And its horrible for ripping. I trashed it after the first use.
Are you actually ripping boards or cross cutting? There's a huge difference. You usually don't rip dimensional lumber with a circular saw....
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Are you actually ripping boards or cross cutting? There's a huge difference. You usually don't rip dimensional lumber with a circular saw....
...and rip blades are designed differently with larger gullets made to more easily clear the longer chips that ripping produces. So he's right, this blade will be horrible for ripping, as it's not made for that.
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