A 1/8" full kerf blade will definitely clear the riving knife, but is 33% thicker than a 3/32" thin kerf blade and will pose considerably more resistance to your saw. If a TK blade will work, it's worth some consideration IMO.Thanks
Do you happen to know the thickness of the riving knife? need to know if .125" kerf blade will work
I was looking at this one: Forrest WW10407125 Woodworker II 10-Inch 40 Tooth ATB .125 Kerf Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor - Amazon.comI think it's .094 I've never seen a riving knife that wouldn't work with a .125 blade.
What blades are you looking at?
Got this from SteelCity supportIf it were me....I'd buy a thin kerf glue line rip and a thin kerf ultimate cutoff, both by Freud and you'll have two specialty blades for less than the one WWII
Will wait for it to arrive. Shocked they don't know and can't be bothered to look/measureI don't think I believe that. I can't see them putting a riving knife on a 1.5 hp saw that won't allow for a thin kerf blade ....especially since their other saws are .094 inch knives.