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#1 posted 02-07-2011 05:46 AM

The WoodRiver planes are nice planes for a reasonable cost. I have the #4 smoother and once I got it tuned, it makes a real nice cut. But a scrub plane is good to have around. I would recommend starting with a block plane. Learn how to sharpen, tune and use that first. They’re relatively inexpensive and very handy to have around and it doesn’t break the bank if you really screw it up. lol


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