Forrest Woodworker II 7-1/4" Rip Blade

Shop News: Forrest’s dedicated 30-tooth Woodworker II ripping blade yields surprisingly smooth cuts right from your saw, eliminating the need for second-step finishing.

Forrest Woodworker II 7-1/4" Rip Blade

Forrest Woodworker II 7-1/4" Rip Blade



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Forrest’s dedicated 30-tooth Woodworker II ripping blade yields surprisingly smooth cuts right from your saw, eliminating the need for second-step finishing. It’s perfect for low-resistance, easy-feed ripping of soft or hard woods of any thickness, and for fast ripping of plywood sheets without splintering the veneer. The 7-1/4" diameter, thin kerf version is designed for lower-power handheld circular saws. Its standard bore fits 5/8" and diamond-shaped arbors. It also removes 25% less material than other blades. Retail price of $95.00 for the 7-1/4" makes it an affordable—and highly useful—addition to your shop. Visit ForrestBlades.com for more information.

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