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I use Woodworker II thin kerf combination blades: 3/32" thick, which is 25% less blade to drag through a rip cut with my underpowered horse and a half 10" saw. I have 2; the one on the shelf just got back from the factory where it was resharpened. I've been doing this for 10 years now, and am just about to replace both blades as the factory advises they are about done.

I think 10 years is an acceptable life for a premium blade, right?

HIGHLY agree with the recommendation of the GRR-Ripper. I have 2 that I keep set up differently, and I now use them on every rip under 1". I've made this change within the last couple of years, and I am safer because of it.
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