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Forum topic by Jtull01 posted 01-30-2018 01:49 PM 720 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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01-30-2018 01:49 PM

Hi folks
I have a DeWalt 735 planer.
I need a set of back up blades.
Has anyone one used the blades off of e bay?
DeWalt DW735 13” HSS Planer Knife Blades replaces DW7352 Set of 3 $25.00

Product Description:

This listing is for a set of (3) brand new High Speed Tool Steel planer knives for the Dewalt DW735 & DW735X planer.

The three blades are double edged and are ground with both a primary bevel and a secondary bevel close to the edge. The primary angle is 45 degrees with a secondary relief angle of 40 degrees. These blades are razor sharp and ready to go.

The dimensions for each blade are:

Length – 333 mm

Width – 20 mm

Thickness – 1.5mm

These replacement knives for the DeWalt 735 Planer are made of high speed steel and will outlast the original blades that came with your machine

Tired of dull planer knives? Our newly improved replacement knives for your DeWalt DW735 planer are the finest you can purchase. Now thicker than the original OEM knives and lasts up to 4x longer, even in tough material.It’s extreme resistance to abrasion and wear make it the ideal material for woodworking. These knives have two ground edges and measure 13” (A) x 7/8” (B) x 5/64” (C). Three knives are included in the set.
Benefits Of Our New DeWalt 735 Replacement Planer Knives Include:

Thicker – Not your flimsy OEM knives, these new knives measure a full 5/64” thick!
Sharper – Edge sharpened with our proprietary ceramic-bond silicon carbide wheel.
Lasts Longer – Testing proves dramatic improvement in life vs. OEM steel

Bunch of listings like this.
So, your opinions please?
Thanks in advance.

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#1 posted 01-30-2018 03:15 PM

If you want people to look at them, provide a link.

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#2 posted 01-30-2018 05:32 PM

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#3 posted 01-30-2018 05:41 PM

Nope, I haven’t tried them. At half the price of stock blades, they’d certainly be worth a try.

I got tired of buying a new set of knives every time I went to Lowe’s. I switched to a Shelix head, which not only solves the longevity issue, but eliminates tearout and helps with noise too.
I’m on my second sharp edge of the carbide cutters after a thousand+ B.F. of white oak.

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#4 posted 01-30-2018 08:37 PM

I just realized, your right.
Here is a link to the blades.

So again, what is your thoughts? Is the thickness of the blades going to effect anything?
Just wondering if they will work.


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