I recently added a Hock iron to a user quality Stanley #5 I found on
eBay. The Hock is quite a bit thicker than the stock iron, and also
holds an edge much better. When set for a proper opening, the frog
ends up with quite a set back from the body bevel.
Before I file the opening to match the set back position of the frog,
does anyone else have any advice?
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