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    I have a 10 inch bandsaw and I am a woodcarver. I have been told to purchase a different blade to cut larger pieces but I can't find 56 1/8' blades for my bandsaw. I need a blade with less teeth for cutting larger pieces. Do I need a larger bandsaw or are there such a thing as 56 1/8' for a ten inch bandsaw? I've looked in all my books...woodcraft, Little Mt. Woodcarvers, Miro-mark, ect. Can any one help me? Thanks much, JoAnn

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    Re: bandsaw blades

    Woodworker's supply has them. 1-800-645-9292

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