My comments will be similar to others here. I used the WW2 for many years thinking it was top of the line and I could not get better. Even so, I was disappointed at times with slow burning rips in some denser woods and tear out on some crosscuts. I tried the Freud 30 tooth glue line and fell in love! It is now my go-to rip blade. I recently had to cut some sheet goods for a customer and did not want to change the WW2's performance so I went out and got the 80 tooth Freud plywood blade. It's VERY good and it is now my go-to crosscut blade. The WW2 my be relegated to rough cutting for stock prep.
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