I'm always the last to find out this IMPORTANT stuff! <g> So when is my
WWII going to self destruct so I have a legit reason to get the new one?
Then I wouldn't have to swap blades when I need a flat-bottomed cut.
Dave, you don't have to wait. The standard WWII blade (probably)
makes cleaner through cuts and lasts (far) longer. The raker is only
used when you (quite often) just _have_ to cut flat bottomed grooves.
That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it... <g>
Although it's still tough to justify spending that $100 bill, it's on
my wish list as well. There are many good years left in my WWII, but
when I bought it, I tried to get an ATB/R. It was special order only.
When I say this, I mean it was not an item available from Amazon or
stocked at any of my local stores. It has been available as a Custom
WWII Grind #6, I believe, for quite a while. But you had to order
directly from Forrest. I'm assuming this is the blade they are
Tue, Dec 27, 2005, 12:41pm (EST-3) email@example.com (David) who wails:
that has a raker tooth every 5 teeth to give a flat bottomed cut. WHY
WASN'T I INFORMED?? <g>
The good news is, you're definitely on the list.
The bad news is, the list you're on is not the information list.
You'll never get anywhere if you believe what you "hear".
What do you "know"?
- Granny Weatherwax
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