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Posted on Delta 22-675 15" planer

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565 posts in 1661 days


#1 posted 853 days ago

the knick in the blade is no big deal, even if you are planning to replace the knives. If they are not dull, you can just slide one blade a slight bit to one side and it will make the ridge go away by offsetting the knicks. I don’t mess with touching up paint on tools, but yes, easy enough to get a custom match.

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