I’ve had an ongoing issue with my hybrid Grizzly table saw for a while now and despite my best efforts I can’t figure out how to fix it. . When I install the blade the it warps in the middle at the arbor. It’s like a really shallow bowl. It is a full kerf Diablo. I have a Woodpeckers SRX straight edge and the blade is dead flat. I install it, making sure not to overtighten and check it again and it is close to .02 from front of the blade to the middle. The front and back of the blade is in line with each other. I do the standard alignment of the blade to the miter slot using the same tooth front and back to line it up flush using a dial caliper in the miter slot. I lined up the blade to be about .002 open from the back of the fence based on the tooth location from miter slot set up. With everything lined up the warp in the blade is is pushing the stock to left away from the fence. When I try to muscle it through with assistance from feather boards (in front of the blade), grriper, riving knife, and using my free hand (as safely as I can) to push it against the fence behind the blade, it is wanting to push the wood out away from the fence. If I put enough pressure on the back I can get it pretty close but it is very difficult and ends up burning. The runout on the arbor is minimal as is the blade wobble. The only thing I can come up with is that maybe the plate the blade sits against on the arbor has a cup in it and when tightened is causing the cup? The only idea I’ve had is possibly to get a blade stabilizer plate and install on the arbor side to try and see if that would help flatten it out. I apologize for the lengthy post but I’m just trying to put all the information in that I can as I feel like I’ve tried everything. I appreciate any help you guys can give me.