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Old 03-08-2010, 08:16 AM   #16
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Since you're obviously interested in a high quality blade (), give forrest a call and they'll hook you up with what you need.

http://www.forrestblades.com/

Great blades!
I appreciate all the feedback from everyone. The woman from Forrest recommended their 48T Woodworker II blade. I was also considering their Duraline melamine blades, but the Woodworker is about 30 bucks cheaper.
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I appreciate all the feedback from everyone. The woman from Forrest recommended their 48T Woodworker II blade. I was also considering their Duraline melamine blades, but the Woodworker is about 30 bucks cheaper.
You might save $20 or so through this distributor http://www.forrestsawbladesonline.co...worker_II.html

Not sure if the price is more if you deal direct with Forrest. The manufacturer is also supposed to have a quality blade sharpening operation. Be sure to check shipping costs
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