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Sybar

kindof corney but something we all need to do eventually

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Not sure I own any bleeds.

Ohhh you mean blades, I just buy new ones. I tried and it didn't work.

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word on the street is it doesnt work very well... blade exchange is your friend

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I have a friend who owns a machine shop. I had him make a "jig" to hold my blades at the proper angle and then sharpen them on the surface grinder at work. They are just as sharp as new! cool

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You can sharpen chipper blades just fine with a good file. I have an eskimo auger with chipper blades that I bought in the mid 80's and I'm still useing the original chipper blades.

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