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Freud SD608 8 in. 24T Dial-A-Width Stack Dado Set

Model#: FEUNSD608
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Freud's Dial-A-Width Dado set performs like a stacked dado but the shims are replaced with a patented dial system and an exclusive dial hub that ensures accurate adjustments. Each "click" of the dial adjusts the blade by 0.004 in. The Dial-A-Width Dado set is easy to use and very precise.
  • Adjusts in 0.004 in. increments
  • Maximum cut width of 29/32 in.
  • Adjusts easily to right or left operating machines
  • No need for shims
  • Features TiCo High Density Carbide crosscutting blend for maximum performance
  • Recommended for cutting hardwood, softwood, chip board, plywood and laminate
  • (2) 8 in. 24T Dado Blades
  • (4) 1/8 in. Chippers
  • 3/32 in. Chipper
  • Wrench
  • Carrying Case


Arbor Size: 5/8 in.
Blade Type: Wood, Laminate
Diameter: 8 in.
Teeth: 24


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Freud8 in. 24T Dial-A-Width Stack Dado Set

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from Largo, FL

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  • Cuts Fast
  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Good Value
  • Keeps Its Edge
  • Safe
  • Smooth Cuts


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    Comments about 8 in. 24T Dial-A-Width Stack Dado Set:

    An A+ for how this blade works. Was able to cut a sliding fit dado first time. Great to not have to pile on the shims. The unit came set-up for a right hand arbor, my saw has a left hand arbor. The change out requires removal of several small Phillips head screws. Despite being very careful, two of the Phillips heads stripped, so I had to drill them out and extract with an easy-out. A hex head, or Torx head it seems would be far more serviceable. Someone else must have had the same problem as the first blade I received and returned had similar damage on these same screws right out of the box. Also the supplied wrench is too small for my arbor nut, so I can't use it. Once over the initial frustration, the blade set is a dream to use.

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