I said earlier I would give a review on the Freud LU87R010 10-Inch 24-Tooth FTG Thin Kerf Ripping Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating. Now, granted, I am not close to being a professional or expert on these things so I go by advice, reading this forum and others, and reading reviews.
I forgot the thread name but it got a bit heated with folks debating shich blades are best for what and so on. Well, all I can say is I love this blade for resawing and ripping. It is not glue-line but pretty dang close.
I have a Jet running on 120V so I wanted to see how good the thin kerf worked out. I do have a stabilizer on the arbor.
I resawed 6 inch Cherry (yes, of course I had to flip it.
) and it went through it like butter. First pass was with the blade at 1 1/4 inch up and I felt no resistance at all as the board went through.
I did 3 passes but I most likely could have done two. The end result was almost perfectly flat and smooth halfs wihout no burn marks or blade marks.
Bottom line for me is that the thin kerf works just fine.
I highly recommend this blade for resawing if you need to.