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    Hi All, Been On Vacation. I Have Been Cutting The Hardest Wood I've Ever Cut. Maple Burl About 100 Years Old. Has The Little Spikes All Around, And Looks Great With Any Kind Of Fish In It. A Pain In The Butt To Cut. I Am Almost Glad I Only Have A Couple Of Pieces Left. My Point Of This Thread Is That I Went Through 30 Blades And I'm Only Half Way Done. I Use 2/0 Which Only Lasts For About 3 Cuts And The I Tried Larger Sizes, All Being Spiral Blades. I Bought Some Spiral Reverse About A Year Ago That I Really Dont Like, But A Thought Hit Me. So I Got Them Out And All I Can Say Is For That Hadr Piece Of Wood You May Be Cutting, The Spiral Reverse Cuts It Like Butter, Frozen Butter, But It Is A Lot Easier To Cut This Stuff With Them. Just A Rambleing Thought. Tks, Rain Man---------welcome Back Evie !

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    LOL, like frozen butter, well thats great to hear!! Im glad your keeping at it, burls are great. Cant wait to see pictures of it. Dale
    Dale w/ yella saws

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      Can't wait to see the pic. bet it is great. I tryed the revers spirales. and didn't like them much. nice on the bottom. but made the wood jump around alot more. sounds like you got it down. maybe i'll try them again. SHOW a picture. lol. your friend Evie

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