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#1 posted 01-15-2018 02:14 PM

Can’t go wrong anyway choose really. Ones without adjusters you use a small hammer or tap the back of the iron on the back. It can be fiddy at first but you get the hang of it. I have both flat/convex LV spokeshaves. They’re nice. I have a MF #1 for tight curves. Don’t use the LV convex much.

It’s easy to find vintage spokeshaves in decent shape and they’re fairly easy to tune.

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