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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-23-2010, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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I just bought a used craftsman planer model 351.233731 and a blade has a big nick in it. The part number is 3833, but the sears site says it is not available. How do I find new blades that will fit?
It appears I have to take one out and measure it and then go shopping for blades by size.

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That planer was manufactured by Colovos Co for sears back in the 70's. In searching the net could not find a supplier for parts.

I worked for Sears Service in the 70's

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Hi Bob

Try the link below,with some luck it will show your size.

craftsman planer blades - Google Product Search

http://www.amazon.com/HSS-Planer-Bla.../dp/B002ODLGMW

http://www.americannationalknife.com/
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Thanks Bill and BJ
I couldn't find my model number on any of the links, so I guess I'll pull the blades and measure them.

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I pulled the blades and thanks to BJ's link to American National found the matching size.

Thanks to Bill and BJ for their Info.

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If anyone else is interested the blades are 12 1/2 X 3/4 X 1/8 and mine just arrived today. They are really nice!

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Have the same machine and also need blades. Hope your info is correct.
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Hi Bob I got the same Craftsman planer model 351 233731 and need blades. Do you know what brand fit you put in your planer Thanks Bill
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Welcome to the forum Akusim. If you look just above your user name you'll see the date your and everyone else posted. Bob's was in 2010. Brand isn't terribly important regarding the fit. There may some differences in quality. The best is to go to a dealer that specializes in planer blades. Here is a google search page with a variety of dealers. https://www.google.ca/search?q=plane...SXN8bT0ASnzJQ4

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I know this post is a bit dated however, it still shows up when doing a google search. I was searching for knife replacements for the Sears 233731 planer. I thought I would offer a link to the set I found on mywoodcutters.com. However, as a new forum member, I cannot post URLs... So if you go to Mywoodcutters.com and type 233731 in the site search box, it will take you to the blades you need. Hope this helps anyone looking for these blades in the future.


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