Questionable. You should use a blade with a 0 to Negative degree tooth hook. This blade appears to have a positive hook which would tend to pull the blade into the wood, not what you want on a radial arm saw. It would be very helpful if HD showed all of the specs for the items. Maybe I missed it someplace?
Need 5/8 Arbor and I do not see the width range of the Dado cut it will make? Thanks
Nope. The arbor is too short. You might be able to use the two outside blades for a 1/4" cut, but I wouldn't try anything thicker.
Yes. I used a 1/2 stack on my kobalt 10" table saw. 1/2 inch was about my limit to be able to safely use the arbor washer and nut.
Yes that's the saw I have.
I believe the Ridgid R4513 calls for 6 inch dado blades. For safety reasons I would stick with that.
No, these are 8" blades, meant for a table saw.
Donatello, that depends on the arbor diameter. Check you r saw and check the product specifications.
Up to 3/4 in wide.
It depends on the opening size you have now. Many people like to use a fit to blade tongue plate when using a single blade. Your big thing is make sure you have enough thread space on the spindle to secure the dado properly.