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Blade sharpening

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Steve call you sharpen my jiffy chipper blade? I have a 9" auger and having a hard time finding a replacement blade for it. Let me know.

Email me at fishersland@yahoo.com

Thanks

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FRank, Surface Tension, is the one who sharpens blades. Im sure he can do a Jiffy no problem.

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That's right!! Sorry. Do you have his number?

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thought northlander had to work this morning??????????????

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I am at work. ;\) Ill be on the river by 2pm though.

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Franks e-mail is on all his posts I think. frankdeluca@yahoo

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Matt I replied to your email. I made a sharpener for Nils blades.

The chipper blades can be sharpened by hand on a larger stone. If you can't find a blade exchange I can help you out.

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Thanks Frank!!! I found a new one at Gander and I'm heading out to try it out. I'll still want you to do your magic on my old blades. I'll get ahold of you next week.

Thanks Again

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Did you know marine general and fishermans corner both have a blade xchange which is alot cheaper than new.

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