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I've been to Georgetown one too many times! High time to get a GOOD sharpening job done on the Strikemaster chipper blades. Anyone have suggestions in the north metro area of where I can get this done properly?
 

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If you'd like to sharpen them yourself, those blades are real easy to sharpen with just a fine flat file. Just never touch the bottom of the blade with the file...only the top. Take a felt tip and run it along the top edge..the bevel right on the cutting edge of the blade..just a few strokes to remove the ink from the felt tip.. always pulling away from the cutting edge..on each tip and you should be good to go.
 

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If you'd like to sharpen them yourself, those blades are real easy to sharpen with just a fine flat file. Just never touch the bottom of the blade with the file...only the top. Take a felt tip and run it along the top edge..the bevel right on the cutting edge of the blade..just a few strokes to remove the ink from the felt tip.. always pulling away from the cutting edge..on each tip and you should be good to go.
Gold right there. 8)
 
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