Question about Sears Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with LaserTrac and 5 Bonus Blades
You will find a large selection in any decent hardware store. You can also use 7" blades in your saw. the important thing is dont go larger than 7 1/4 and make sure the arbor matches your saw(or has a knock-out that will make it match). It's good to have a selection of different toothed blades on hand for your various projects. For basic construction, any brand of carbide tipped blade is fine, for finer work, my personal preference is Freud (less expensive)or Matsushita (more expensive).
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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