I also use Frued tin kerf 8,1/4" blades, less dust and less noise, however I have a dedicated blade for each type of cutting as I find that combination blades really don't do either job as well as a blade specifically designed for the job. Also with the cost of the diablo blades I use them as disposable, when they get dull they get cut up and reshaped for use as cabinet scrapers and custom profile scrapers. The downside to using the freud diablo thin kerf blades is that I have found run-out of up to 17
thousandth on some blades, needless to say these were returned for replacement.
Also make sure that the freud blades are made in Italy, freud has started to out source some of their stuff to China and with those blades one would be just as well off putting a pie plate on the arbor.
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