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#1 posted 10-15-2012 10:06 PM

An old/older #4 smoother with a NEW quality blade, like a Hock, would keep you under a hundred and put you into a higher quality tool. I did this with one of my old Sargent #418s and it kicks butt now. Not going to argue which blade is best because there are several after-market blades that make these old planes hum…

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