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Any blade 7 1/4" in diameter or smaller with a 5/8" arbor will fit on your saw. Your saw is capable of cutting tile but the dust that will be drawn into the saw by the fan will be very hard on your brushes, armature and bearings severly shortening it's life. Tile saw motors are usually sealed or made to work with water to keep the dust down. Don't use water with your saw, it's not grounded.

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