Tenryu PR-25560CBN, 10" X 60T Pro-Wood Cross Cutting Table Saw Blade

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Tenryu PR-25560CBN, 10" X 60T Pro-Wood Cross Cutting Table Saw Blade

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Tenryu PR-25560CBN, 10" X 60T Pro-Wood Cross Cutting Table Saw Blade

Tenryu's superior quality line for professional craftsmen. Laser cut, press tempered, individually hammer tensioned and chrome plated bodies bring the cutting edge to the workpiece with unparalleled precision. Fine grain carbide tips are given the tooth configuration to do the job right. Pro Series blades are also made to handle non-ferrous metal cutting, plastics, or solid surface materials (Corian). These blades are made to satisfy the most demanding craftsmen.

Use for fast and clean cross cuts in hardwoods
Tooth Grind: ATB Grind

Size 10"x60 teeth, 5/8" arbor
Capacity 60 teeth
Part # PR-25560CBN
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