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William

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#1 posted 714 days ago

Thank you all.

David Roberts,
You just brought up a very interesting position. It just so happens that the chipper blades on this Diablo set are polished shiny. They are slicker than owl $#!+ on a hot rock. I’m wondering if it would be a good idea to roughen them up a bit close to the center where everything makes contact.

All that being said, from ya’ll responses, I agree with some of you that maybe I just had a bad set to begin with. I may do as I said and roughen up those chippers with some course sandpaper, but other than that I guess all I can do is give them a whirl and hope for the best.

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