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Thin kerf blade problem solved.

Thin kerf blade and splitter.
I sanded down the splitter on my bench sander with 80 grit.
First measured blade width then proceeded to sand until splitter thickness was less than the blade.
Now one splitter is a universal one. Took about 15 minutes, tied back pawls, sanded all the way up.
No kick back, no pinching, no burn marks. Freund TKB
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