"C-saw" means circular saw. As I'd mentioned in first post, it's going to be newbie questions and newbie "names". Sorry again for it.
My saw is Ryobi, brand most of serious woodworkers wouldn't count as they choice of tools. But again, as it was mention before, I am DIY's guy with very limited space for anything serious, trying to build mobile so-called "workshop" and be able to store in in closet. And money at this moment is a factor too.
So I'll stick with Ryobi tools, tho I got some Dewalt tools like drivers, sanders etc including circular saw normal 7 1/2" size.
But here is a deal. For now, I will not and can not build a normal size workbench around big saw and was planning too use Ryobi 5 1/2" as a main saw for some light cabinetry work like building craft cart for my kid, mobile base for myself etc.
So if I'll stay with 5 1/2" saw would 36 tooth blade be accurate enough for such a kind of work?
Would 5 3/8 blade work on 5 1/2" saw?
Found this D0536X Diablo
blade on Amazon, very similar to Oshlun
Will it work?
Thanks in advance.