|Saw Blade Diameter (in)||7-1/4|
|Arbor Size||.625||Color Family||Silver|
|Material Cut||Wood||Number in Package||1|
|Number of Teeth||24||Power Tool Accessory Type||Circular Saw Blade|
|Returnable||90-Day||Saw Blade Material||Carbide|
|Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
A: I've used both and haven't found any appreciable difference between them. Neither tolerate occasional nails very well, so I have a hard time justifying the price differences. I get Diablos if the store is out of Avantis, but that's rare. I've also had good luck with the Avanti 10" and 12" blades for my table and miter saw.
A: Cuts smooth
A: Blade worked great.
A: Hi Handyman, for your convenience, below we have linked the various 7-1/4 in Framing Saw Blade options we offer on Homedepot.com which may feature different teeth formations. Please review the items and their details, specifications and files to see if any will work for your purposes. http://www.homedepot.com/s/7-1%252F4%2520in%2520Framing%2520Saw%2520Blade?NCNI-5 We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
A: There are no specific left or right circular saw blades, but you MUST observe correct blade rotation for your particular saw. Do not rely on which side of the blade has the manufacturer's logo ... look for the direction-of-rotation arrow. Typically: If your saw has its blade on the right, it turns counter-clockwise. If the blade is on the left, it turns clockwise. Then, mount the blade accordingly.
A: 7 1/4"
A: 5/8" round with a diamond knock-out.
A: 7 1/4
A: Only if your saw is made for this size blade.
A: yes, some miter box saws are 7 1/4"...and abrasive masonry blades wear to less than 7", but still work. The max lumber cutoff sizes will be less, however.
A: I've used this blade on my miter saw before, you'll just have to raise your work up a little bit to compensate for the smaller blade.
A: No problem using on a miter saw.