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I know Freud is a good brand, but Sears Craftsman also delivers good quality with their tools. So which do think is better?

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Freud by far...
not to mention their CS...

if youwant to compete w/ those sears blades go w/ Marathon...
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I just realized the post didn't show the Freud blade being offered by sears as well. Here it is.

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Sounds like Freud is still the best so I'll get that one. Thanks.
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I just realized the post didn't show the Freud blade being offered by sears as well. Here it is.

Sears.com

Sounds like Freud is still the best so I'll get that one. Thanks.
That is a good price, I have the RED Freud 60t on my RA saw and it gives an excellent cut.
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I just realized the post didn't show the Freud blade being offered by sears as well. Here it is.

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Sounds like Freud is still the best so I'll get that one. Thanks.
This particular blade is a crosscut blade, not a ripping blade. If you have a mitre saw and use that for cross cuts, this blade would be more appropriate for that, if not then you would definitely want to switch out before any extensive ripping operations.

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This particular blade is a crosscut blade, not a ripping blade. If you have a mitre saw and use that for cross cuts, this blade would be more appropriate for that, if not then you would definitely want to switch out before any extensive ripping operations.
that blade IS NOT for a miter saw...
it IS NOT a negative hook blade...

take a moment...
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that blade IS NOT for a miter saw...
it IS NOT a negative hook blade...

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Stick, I've saved this and may refer to it on occasion, but I'm pretty sure my blades on my mitre saws have a positive hook angle.

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I don't buy anything at Sears. Going to Sears to buy tools is like going to the Dollar Store and buying tools. Neither one has a clue.
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I don't buy anything at Sears. Going to Sears to buy tools is like going to the Dollar Store and buying tools. Neither one has a clue.
If neither one has a clue then why do they locate their tools next to small appliances? Answer me that Mr. Hawkeye!
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