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#1 posted 03-02-2014 12:44 AM

I tend to prefer a jointer to be quite flat in the relevant areas, though not as much as a smoother.

How do you know that you have a problem as it is? Of the 4 I have rehabbed, I have only come across one that had any issues that were not cleared up by sanding on some float glass to remove the last of the rust.


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