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Posted on Using a blade with a missing tooth???

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Planeman40

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#1 posted 600 days ago

You can call Forrest Blades in New Jersey (http://www.forrestblades.com/). They can repair blades, in fact, that’s what their business is, manufacturing and repairing blades. The question is the cost of repair and the shipping.

Planeman

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