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  1. #1
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    Default which bandsaw blades

    was woundering which blades u guys use. i just bought the 4x6 grizzley saw.i cut mostley carbon steel .i would like a bi metal blade though. must say the little griz does a fine job for only 280 bucks. any help would b greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dredgewelder View Post
    was woundering which blades u guys use. i just bought the 4x6 grizzley saw.i cut mostley carbon steel .i would like a bi metal blade though. must say the little griz does a fine job for only 280 bucks. any help would b greatly appreciated.
    I get Morse bi-metal 14/18 blades made locally for my Jet 56M.
    Regards, George

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    I get mine here. I use both bi metal and carbon steel...Bob
    http://www.countrysaw.com/
    Bob Wright, Grandson of Tee Nee Boat Trailer Founder
    Metal Master Fab Salem, Oh 44460
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    Default Band saw

    What model saw did you purchase?

    I received a sale e-mail from Enco listing a 5X6 saw for 199.95 with free shipping. I suspect they are all made in the same factory in China, just painted a different color.

    I am convinced I need a saw, just not sure which one?

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