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    Can anyone tell me the web site forflying dutchman blades. I've been ordering Olson's but I would like to try something else. Nothing wrong with the Olson's I like the spirals and the new mach series. I am always looking for that little extra advantage. I love my g4 so switching blades in and out to try something new isn't a issue.

    Kevin

    P.S. Isn't it just the way it always works. I had neck fusion surgery 8 weeks ago. I have walked out and looked at my saw everyday.In just the last week I have felt like sitting down and cutting something out.Yesterday the doctor told me that I could go back to work. Oh well 1 hour a day on my saw is still better than 10 hours making windows.
    When you hit rock bottom the only answer is to look up

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