So I finally have the R4511 together and I an now looking for a nice blade that will handle most general tasks. Most of the stock I am cutting is maple, cherry, and walnut. I am looking at the Ridge Carbide TS2000 and the Forrest Woodworker II as my top 2 choices. However I was wondering should I go full or thin kerf? I have the saw on a 20amp circuit out in my converted garage "shop" , its on 110 power not 220. Most stock that I am cutting is no thinker than 6/4 , thats about as think as I am working with. I know a full kerf blade may be more stable and deflect less, but I have been reading allot lately about using thin kerf blades on saw with less power than 3hp. I was hoping other R4511 or TS3650 owners might have some comments on this. thanks
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Blade for my R4511