newbie here. I'm about to tackle rebuilding the 180 degree curved, plywood/carpeted stairs in my home with solid 3/4" oak treads and painted hardboard risers. My question has to do with cutting the arc into the outside edge of the treads - specifically which method to use - router, circular saw or sabre saw. This will be a cross-cut using a trammel and the cut edge will butt against the wall and will not be visible. Eager to know your thoughts and the thoughts behinds them (like "he's insane"...). Thanks!
By 180 degrees I mean if I'm standing on the first step and facing north, by the time I climb up the 14 steps, I'll be facing south. Regardless, the question was the best method to cut a soft arc in oak using a trammel.