Question about Garden
You don't say what kind of saw, so i'll make the assumption that you are talking about a circular saw. in this case the blade cannot be so large as to not allow the guard to close, pretty obvious. It is best to put a blade in that has at least 1/4 in (inch) clearance on the guard when closed. This holds true for a "Chop Saw" "radial arm" elec miter box" and table saw.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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