Co­or­di­nate your slider with the right blade

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Slid­ing miter­saws work best—and safest—with a high-tooth­count blade (40 teeth for an 8"-or-smaller blade, 60–80 teeth for 10", and 80–100 for 12"), and a tooth-hook an­gle of 0° to –5° to pre­vent overly ag­gres­sive cut­ting. For this re­view, we out­fit­ted each saw with a new Freud LU91R010 60-tooth, –5° hook-an­gle blade.

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