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Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Circular Saw Blade Value Pack (2-Pack) - $9.88 (free shipping) at Home Depot

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Home Depot has Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Circular Saw Blade Value Pack (2-Pack) for $9.88.

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Diablos next generation 7-1/4 in. 24-teeth tracking point saw blades feature the first ever, tracking point tooth design and the newly enhanced anti-vibration design. Diablos 7-1/4 in. 24-teeth framing blade with new tracking point tooth design delivers maximum life and durability with effortless cutting performance for five times longer life, two times more durability and increased stability. Up your cutting game with this one-of-a-kind tracking point tooth grind for unmatched cutting performance and efficiency. This is the only 7-1/4 in. Blade on the market to include tracking point tooth design; making it ideal for framers, roofers, remodelers, concrete formers or anyone wanting ultimate cutting performance in pressure treated wood, 2x lumber, plywood, hardwoods and softwoods.
  • Tracking point tooth design acts as a rudder to provide straight cuts and control carbide wear on the tooth for up to five times longer cutting life versus other blades
  • Tracking point doubles the carbide surface area for greater impact resistance and double the durability in nail-embedded wood
  • Tracking point delivers extreme cutting efficiency in corded and cordless saws by offering 65% more cuts per battery charge in cordless saws versus other blades
  • Newly enhanced anti-vibration design provides the ideal combination of stability and rigidity
  • TiCo high-density carbide for maximum cutting life and performance
  • Perma-shield non-stick coating protects the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Ultimate framing blade is ideal for both corded and cordless applications
  • Red saw blades are a registered trademark of freud America, Inc
  • Up your cutting game, "tracking point" saw blade product features

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Delivered, those are cheap enough for decent blades.
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Delivered, those are cheap enough for decent blades.
I agree. I bought a bunch to have as spares. For the price, it's worth it. The normal price for one of these blades is around $10.
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Delivered, those are cheap enough for decent blades.
Also agreed. If I do much cutting at all, would buy a lot and treat as disposables at this price point.
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These are pretty good blades in my experience. Price is not bad if you need them. Not good enough to stock up, though.
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These are pretty good blades in my experience. Price is not bad if you need them. Not good enough to stock up, though.
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The other side of the coin is what has not gone up in price and likely to continue even more rapidly? Not as if they deteriorate, if you use these and like them, it is better than money in the bank.
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The other side of the coin is what has not gone up in price and likely to continue even more rapidly? Not as if they deteriorate, if you use these and like them, it is better than money in the bank.
That's an interesting point.
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That's an interesting point.
About 3 years ago I picked up a 10 pack for about $30 on clearance at Home Depot. I've only used 1 out of the box so far. As I mentioned previously, it's been a very good blade, much better than the Asian made Bosch and Irwin blades that the saw had previously. But I never really thought of saw blades as an investment to counter the inflation that seems rampant these days.

I really can't say enough good things about Freud saw blades and router bits.
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Showing up $13.93 for me for the 2 pack.
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About 3 years ago I picked up a 10 pack for about $30 on clearance at Home Depot. I've only used 1 out of the box so far. As I mentioned previously, it's been a very good blade, much better than the Asian made Bosch and Irwin blades that the saw had previously. But I never really thought of saw blades as an investment to counter the inflation that seems rampant these days.

I really can't say enough good things about Freud saw blades and router bits.
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Obviously, you are not a daily user of this type, but even on sale, you are already up 70% in 3 years.... better than the bank. Smilie
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Obviously, you are not a daily user of this type, but even on sale, you are already up 70% in 3 years.... better than the bank. Smilie
Yup. Just a home owner with projects. I prefer the 6 1/2" saws I have over than the 7 1/4", so that also slows the consumption. I really like the high tooth count Diablo blades for breaking down veneered plywood. Those 40 and 60 tooth blades are well worth the premium.
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Yup. Just a home owner with projects. I prefer the 6 1/2" saws I have over than the 7 1/4", so that also slows the consumption. I really like the high tooth count Diablo blades for breaking down veneered plywood. Those 40 and 60 tooth blades are well worth the premium.
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For breaking down plywood as a one man operation, wouldn't a sliding table saw with the extra under kerf blade to prevent tear out be awesome? They are all over Europe, but not as popular in the states.

For circular saws, many prefer the larger of the two blades (7-1/4) that can have more teeth by circumference and with the same rpm, has more contact with the wood per rotation. As well, if using everyday and need one, you can walk in about anyplace and find the more common 7-1/4, 10 and 12 inch blades in several types. The 6-1/2 and the 8-1/4 that used to be common sizes, are not so much today. I picked up a box of a 100, 6-1/2 non-carbide plywood blades for 50 cents each on a closeout that I occasionally do use on a 7-1/4 saw, but give more away than I use.
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For breaking down plywood as a one man operation, wouldn't a sliding table saw with the extra under kerf blade to prevent tear out be awesome? They are all over Europe, but not as popular in the states.

For circular saws, many prefer the larger of the two blades (7-1/4) that can have more teeth by circumference and with the same rpm, has more contact with the wood per rotation. As well, if using everyday and need one, you can walk in about anyplace and find the more common 7-1/4, 10 and 12 inch blades in several types. The 6-1/2 and the 8-1/4 that used to be common sizes, are not so much today. I picked up a box of a 100, 6-1/2 non-carbide plywood blades for 50 cents each on a closeout that I occasionally do use on a 7-1/4 saw, but give more away than I use.
Yeah, a track saw would be nice. A piece of foam laid out on the driveway and a sheetrock square work good enough with either of my 6 1/2" saws, both of which track very straight. As long as I can get the Diablo blades for them I'll be happy.

If I had a 7 1/4" saw that tracked straight and didn't bind up on long cuts, that's probably what I'd use. A box of 100 blades would last for generations, though.
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Yeah, a track saw would be nice. A piece of foam laid out on the driveway and a sheetrock square work good enough with either of my 6 1/2" saws, both of which track very straight. As long as I can get the Diablo blades for them I'll be happy.

If I had a 7 1/4" saw that tracked straight and didn't bind up on long cuts, that's probably what I'd use. A box of 100 blades would last for generations, though.
Being decent, but non-carbide Oldham blades, we would normally sharpen, but at 50 cents, they are throwaway that a neighbor takes.

I think I have used every circular saw made and although they all work, still prefer a corded Makita. As long as I remember the maintenance, including new brushes, they last a long time. A 12 to 15 amp corded 7-1/4 saw with decent bearings has as much or more power than a lot of miter and table saws. None of the battery powered track very well and mostly user error from trying to push too fast with not enough power.... got to wait on the saw.
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I'm running 7 1/4" worm drive saws 99% of the time. Doing rough carpentry, framing, and demo work. These cheap Diablo blades work out for me. But if I were to do finish work, I would spend the extra money on a finer blade.
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