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muleskinner

634 posts in 942 days


#1 posted 588 days ago

Grumpy, try this – put one of your blades on the arbor hard against the back washer. Try to move it up and down to see if there is any slop between the blade bore and the arbor. Now slide it out onto the threaded portion of the arbor and repeat. I found a .002 difference on mine and I had exactly the same snaggle-tooth dadoes. I put the stack on my RAS which has a straight cut arbor and had smooth bottomed cuts.

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