Blade for Axminster Rider No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane
Blade for Axminster Rider No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane
£19.96 (£16.63 Ex. VAT)

Blade for Axminster Rider No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane

Code: 102729

  • High carbon steel blade 5mm thick to eliminates chatter
  • Each blade is oil quenched, for even tempering
  • Hardened to HRC 63 for a long lasting edge
  • 50mm (2") wide with 25° bevel
£19.96 (£16.63 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Blade for Axminster Rider No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane
  • Axminster Rider Honing Guide
  • Blade for Axminster Rider No. 60 1/2 Block Plane
Total: £40.72
Description

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A spare or additional blade for the Rider No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane. All the blades are oil quenched high carbon steel hardened to HRC 63 for a long lasting ultra sharp edge. Each is 5mm thick, ground with a 25° bevel.

Specification

Specification

Plane Blade Width 50 mm (2")
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Overall rating 4.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Johnnie Skears

2 June 2017

excellent

I bought 2 of these blades as replacements for my Lie Nielsen 62, A2 blade which I didn't like. They came sharp, but were better for a honing. Slightly shorter than the Nielsen A2 blade, but not enough to bother me. At less than a tenner each they are excellent value and hold an edge well, a big plus for me is the ease of sharpening. I don't understand modern plane makers love of A2, I strongly recommend these blades to anyone seeking an alternative.

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