Blade stabilizers reduce vibration at the rim of your saw blade, instantly improving cut quality while they reduce noise and extended blade life. Use these blade stabilizers on 7 inch diameter and larger blades on stationary saws.
AS reviewer Schauber wrote: "Does exactly what it was designed for." A suggestion-If you use hardwood for your insert, and if you have a Dremel or a similar small, motor tool, and if you have a router attachment, you can cut a path on both sides of the zero clearance cut to allow for these stabilizers. They'll never rub up against your insert and set fire to it so long as your saw blade has a cut depth of about 3" or less. My cut is about 1/4" deep, maybe 2-1/4" long, and about 3/16" on either side of the blade slot. Actual dimensions may vary. A thin, plastic insert may need no modifications.
2) Submitted by
Jack Whelan, from Pipersville, PA
These work great. They fit very tight on the arbor. Just be careful. They are very sharp. I cut my hands a good 4 times getting them on!
3) Submitted by
Jim Warner, from Albany, GA
Cut cleaner and faster But has a much different sound.
4) Submitted by
Ralph Schauber, from Marion, IL
Does exactly what It was designed for.
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