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7-1/4 in. x 4-Teeth Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) Tipped James Hardie/Fiber Cement Saw Blade

  • Compatible with any 7-1/4" corded or cordless circular saw
  • Ideal for fiber cement
  • Up to 60x the life in fiber cement of conventional carbide blade
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Product Overview

The Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 4-Tooth Polycrystalline Diamond-Tipped Circular Saw Blade features an abrasion-resistant polycrystalline diamond-tipped blade. It was specially formulated to combat the highly abrasive properties of fiber cement products to give you increased cutting life. The Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating protects the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion. This blade was designed to fit all 5/8 in. arbors.
  • Designed to fit all 5/8 in. arbors
  • Cuts fiber cement quickly and cleanly
  • Abrasion-resistant polycrystalline diamond-tipped to combat the highly abrasive properties of fiber cement products for exceptionally long cutting life
  • Laser-cut thin kerf design for fast, clean cuts
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for protection against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents to trap noise and reduce vibration for accurate cuts

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Specifications

Dimensions

Saw Blade Diameter (in)
7-1/4

Details

Arbor Size
0.625 In.
Color Family
Red
Material Cut
Fiber
Number in Package
1
Number of Teeth
4
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Would those that have used this blade recommend it for demolition of cement fiber backerboard on a bathroom floor?

Asked by Matt October 1, 2020
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Yes, I can't imagine why it wouldn't work. Just make sure to wear a mask and eye protection.

Will the 7 1/4 blade work on my ryobi 7 1/4 miter saw?

Asked by 559Daddy July 9, 2020
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As long as the arbor on your miter saw is the same size arbor on the blade. It will work fine in your miter saw. With that said. I wouldn't choose this blade for cutting brick. This blade is for fiber cement board which tends to be softer and thinner than brick. Not saying that this blade with not cut brick but it would dull quickly. I would choose a full diamond tipped blade that is made for cutting brick. There are plenty of them to choose from.

What saws does this blade fit?

Asked by Jeff June 9, 2020
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I am using it with a small 4.5" Milwaukie 110V grinder and it fits and works fine with the safety guard on that came with the grinder, use at your own risk.

Can you use this to cut 1/8” frp panels? Thanks.

Asked by Alk May 5, 2020
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i would say no. Electric shears are recommended. A jig saw or circular saw may be used, but will create airborne dust. The Hardie Board blade has too few teeth.

Will it cut a 2.25 inch thick paver cement stone?

Asked by Eric May 3, 2020
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Hi eric, This blade is meant for fiber cement (i.e. James hardie backer) Please use a masonry cutting disc.

Will this blade fit in a track saw?

Asked by Eric April 29, 2020
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Yes, if your saw fits a 5/8" arbor and will fit a 5 inch blade

Is this blade recommended for backer board as well as siding?

Asked by Jaezergei December 3, 2019
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yes it’s can cut backer board and fiber cement sidings, be sure to set your saw at a slower speed and the blade do the cutting, apply light pressure to guide the blade through the cutting, besure to clamp your board on a stable work space or bench.

What is the width of the cut?

Asked by Fred November 21, 2019
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It's a narrow kerf, perhaps 1/16 inch.

I have a cordless 6.5" M18 Milwaukee circular saw and would like to use this blade to cut Hardie ...

Asked by MtnMan November 21, 2019
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MtnMan, I cannot recommend using a 5" blade in your 6.5" saw due to the 5" blade being meant for different RPM than a 6.5" saw. We do not currently have a 6.5" hardie blade. (coming soon) D0641R will work for Hardie board but is not ideal.

Can I use this blade to cut clay flue liners?

Asked by Homeowner October 1, 2019
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I think so!

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Ended up buying the $17 competitor.
I bought this blade and it cut about 6in of concrete. I thought I got a dud so I bought two more and got about 10 feet cut out of the three blades. Went and bought the $17 competitors blade and cut about 40 ft and finished the cut this Diablo couldn't. Don't waste your time. Pictures is how long the first blade lasted.
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Used this blade to cut Hardy board for pouring countertops, it cuts thru it like it was butter.
Used this blade to cut Hardy board for pouring countertops, it cuts thru it like it was butter.
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Installed on my dewalt chop saw, had to remove the bumpstop to get the blade all the way down. W...
Installed on my dewalt chop saw, had to remove the bumpstop to get the blade all the way down. Works great at cutting hardy cement board. Clean cuts with minimal dust.
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I am Builderbud and provided the 1 star rating on the 5.5" fiber cement blade. (Not sure why I di...
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I am Builderbud and provided the 1 star rating on the 5.5" fiber cement blade. (Not sure why I did here under the 7.25"...) Anyway, I took B Meyer's advice in his response and bought 2 7 1/4" blades to finish my project. The blade RPM rating matched my circular saw and was actually higher than my 10" bench saw RPM. So, I made about another 35 cuts with the circular saw and about 130 cuts on the 10" saw and that blade never gave out. Lesson learned, RPM makes a difference and I apologize for the 1 star review on the 5.5" blade. I didn't even need the other 7.25" blade, and recommend Diablo fiber cement blades emphatically. I seems like having only 4 teeth is what reduces the dust CONSIDERABLY!
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If you have to cut into Hardie or other fiber cement siding, this is the blade. If you read ratin...
If you have to cut into Hardie or other fiber cement siding, this is the blade. If you read ratings in homebuilding magazines, this one comes out on top again and again. I've burned up a lot of "bargain brand" blades trying to make the same cuts that are easy with this one. I can usually get about a hundred cross cuts out of one before it slows down. It can be used after that for rough cuts.
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Used it on both my table saw and miter saw. Worked excellent
Used it on both my table saw and miter saw. Worked excellent
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Makes clean cuts that I don't have to file after. Very good blade that makes siding easier and ha...
Makes clean cuts that I don't have to file after. Very good blade that makes siding easier and has held up well. Thin kerf and accurate. If you do fiber board siding you want this blade.
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I needed a circular saw blade to cut some Hardie Board. What was so shocking to me is that there...
I needed a circular saw blade to cut some Hardie Board. What was so shocking to me is that there is a saw blade specifically made for cutting fiber cement board, because the caution on all cement board is to avoid using power tools to cut the stuff because of the dangerous silica dust. So I figured Id find a blade that would get the job done, but never imagined Id find a blade specifically made for cutting the stuff. Due to the long strips of cement board that I needed for my application and being those strips needed to be an exact with. Scoring and breaking the cement board just was not going to do as it leaves rough uneven edges. Anyway I picked up the blade at my local home depot store and got straight to work when I got home. Let me tell you. This thing cuts through 1/2" and 1/4" Hardie Board like a hot knife through butter leaving very clean edges. I was thoroughly pleased. I cut up a couple sheets of hardie board with this blade. In the end I inspected the blade like I do with all of my saw blades before I put them away. Didnt notice any bent, dull, or missing teeth. I do have one gripe about this blade and that is the price. It just seems to expensive for a circular saw blade. I understand that the teeth are diamond tipped, but still. 4 diamond tipped teeth at this price is a bit much. This blade is still absolutely deserving of 5 stars as spending a few extra bucks to get the job done fast and right is of no consequence. I really do recommend scoring and breaking cement board though as silica dust is some dangerous stuff. If you absolutely must use power tools to cut the stuff. Please do so out doors. Wear an approved dust mask and eye protection and stand down wind of the cut.
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I bougth a blade and two days, missing two teeth no nail no screws in the work horses.
I bougth a blade and two days, missing two teeth no nail no screws in the work horses.
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I use this blade to cut laminate flooring on my table saw. Cuts smooth and no burn marks.
I use this blade to cut laminate flooring on my table saw. Cuts smooth and no burn marks.
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