Best Blade for Particle Board

Could somebody tell me this best circular saw balde for cutting partice board? I'm guessing a good plywood blade would work. TAI Tom
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On Mon, 17 May 2004 00:11:27 -0400, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (Tom Dooley) brought forth from the murky depths:

Someone else's. (The glue really eats up blades.) Grab a nice $4.99 40-carbide-toothed blade from www.harborfreight.com, Tom.
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Check out the Freud Diablo blades. They are available at Home Depot. They will cut most anything and the price is right. I just threw one away that I had used to cut Durock, framing with nails in it and all kinds of other nasty stuff. I finally gave it up because there were a couple of teeth missing. I picked up a new on at the Borg for about $7 and I'm all set for more nasty cutting. I keep the Diablo and a Ridge Carbide for finish cutting.
(Tom

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The non-Diablo Freud plywood blade is excellent, too. Its what I use in my Skil 77.
Brian.
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