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Forrest Woodworker II: 10" x 40 Tooth - 3/32" Kerf


Forrest Woodworker II: 10" x 40 Tooth - 3/32" Kerf
Highland Item # 456006

Price : $122.99
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Forrest Woodworker II: 10" x 40 Tooth - 3/32" Kerf

Years ago, before we carried Forrest blades, we thought our customers must be exaggerating when they told us about Forrest's incredible quality of cut & fabulous durability. Now that we've sold & used these blades for several years, however, we've become just as enthused about them. Forrest blades deliver beautifully clean, highly efficient cuts in solid wood or sheet materials, their sharpness lasting much longer than normally expected from a tablesaw blade. Their hand tensioned blanks are the stablest you can find, so that even their thin-kerf blades run as true as most other 1/8"-kerf blades.

Woodworker II blades are ideal general-purpose blades for the tablesaw. 40-tooth blades rip, crosscut and cut sheet materials beautifully; we recommend the thin-kerf model for 1/2HP or smaller saws. If you need a blade for ripping thick stock, choose the 30-tooth Woodworker II. Woodworker I 60-tooth crosscut blades are for chop saws and radial arms, or for crosscutting and joinery on the tablesaw. Chopmaster blades are 80-tooth thin-kerfs designed to yield the smoothest possible cuts from standard or sliding miter saws.

Forrest backs up their blades with a straightforward promise: "All of our tools are guaranteed to work for you properly, on your machine, or your money will be refunded." If you're looking for the finest blade you can buy, try a Forrest—you'll like it, or you'll get your money back.

5/8" arbor hole.


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