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Hey all, Great forum glad I found y'all. I am just in the process of restoring an old wallace jointer. I got everything cleaned up nice and was getting ready to replace the blades. However when i took them apart I noticed that one of the blade retainers is cracked and broken. I know they call it a skewed cutter head but I believe it may have been replaced because it has 4 hex bolts to hold it down.

My question is What is the part called that holds the blades down on my cutter head? Is there a way that you can think of to repair or replace this part? I would like one from any jointed that I could possible modify I just am not sure what to get. I would like to avoid getting a new 300$+ head if possible due to budget.

Here is the head that it has on it for reference.

Thanks.

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Welcome to the forum.
 

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Hi @nfpappas , welcome to the forum.

Will have a dig and see what I can find.
 

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On my planer it is called the 'blade lock bar', if I am looking in the right spot...( not the same make).....
 
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