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Please read this whole post.......

For this "What is it?" please look at the attachment then tell us about what you saw, not just the name but details about how it used or what it does.

To win I will look at the when you joined the forum in relationship to the other posters and if you have been here least time amoung the other correct answers you will win. I have post another "What is it?" and look for the "oldest" member with the correct answer. If you don't understand the rules it is OK just post and I will let you know if you win....... This post will last for at least 24 hours so just keep posting the right answers and you might be the winner......

The winner of what? How about 100 points?

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Looks like some sort of attachment used for surface planing.. like an attachment that went into a radial arm saw (opposite end when blade was removed) before planers became affordable for us oldtimers.
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The winner is almost ready to be announced...... you still have a little time to get your correct answer posted.......

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steveo said:
Looks like some sort of attachment used for surface planing.. like an attachment that went into a radial arm saw (opposite end when blade was removed) before planers became affordable for us oldtimers.
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Looks like you are the only one who has any idea what this tool is...... Yes it is a 3" surface planner. This model is used in a drill press but I got my brother one for his radial arm saw (used on the opposite side of blade where the shaft allowed this sort of tool or..... a router sort of .....) BTW the ones for the radial arm saw turned the other way from this one.

The interesting thing is that this really worked of course it had it limits and has not gotten much use since I got a jointer.... Maybe you could tell with the rust on the shaft????? If I remember they were like $30 back in the mid/late 70's.

So check for the 100 points you earned them.

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