I just noticed something new to me, while looking at circular saws on
E-Bay I noticed that all worm drive saws(71/4) the blade is on the left
side while on regular circular saws it is on the right. So to use a saw
blade on a left handed saw, you have to turn it around? Learn something
new every day.
Yes, like if you change from a left hand drive car to a right hand drive
car, you have to reverse the wheels.
Does the above sound right?
No, and neither is that true for a left handed or right handed saw.
Only for those who couldnt install a saw blade without the arrow
showing which way it goes. What do you do when the arrow wears
off.....toss the blade,
Arrow? There's an arrow? I just always point the teeth up. Now I'm going
to the shop and pull a couple of my saws and verify or debunk this "arrow"
I always thought the arrow on a blade was supposed to be pointed up,
like on shipping boxes, but some of them have the arrow going around
in a circle, so then I thought that meant that the blade was supposed
to be spinning when it was installed, so I turned on the saw and tried
installing the blade. That didn't work out so well.
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