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Posted in response to Repairing saw blades from jack king on July 09, 2012 at 14:45:29:

Re: Repairing saw blades

Dear Mr. King.. Look at a two-part message: Dec 8 2011...where I outline my method for "straightening" saw blades ( I was given tis technique from a guy at the old MK factory, when I told him I just could'nt afford the shipping PLUS the workmanship on a dished "GemKing" blade...) I have done this on the 24", the 16", and a 20" marble (high-speed) blade. If you have an old blade..practice on it first. Its all about reversing the dish by stretching the other (non-dished) side of the blade. Its amazing that the big manufacturers dont offer this service..!! (with so many out of work!!)

From tony goffe - September 24, 2012 at 07:35:26
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