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Just purchased at an estate sale, and while doing a little research, on this 50.00 investment, I found out, the blades are no longer being made. Not surprised. 1991. I did see some threads in regards to find some replacement blades. Don't need them right now, because it has never been used. Any suggestions?
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Hello Peter , glad you found us, it's great to have you as a member of the community, welcome to Router Forums.
Are the blades able to be resharpened

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They are like brand new. I wanted to know where I can get another set.
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Yes they can
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what model and size? I got repacements for my Makita 15" planer from amazon ant the pakage said they were for Ryobi....
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I found that the cost of just sharpening the knives of my jointer (a Powermatic) were more expensive than just ordering new knives.

Doing the sharpening yourself would eliminate those costs. That's a skill I have yet to achieve.

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Thanks for all your help and views!
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Perhaps just purchase knives that are of the same approximate size? Would this work? Your cutter head will be balanced as long as they are all the same type.

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