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maine man

06-25-2014 04:25:34
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can you sharpen serrated knife sections? thanks




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4xMF

06-27-2014 15:21:02
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 Re: mower knife in reply to maine man, 06-25-2014 04:25:34  
I'm with Leroy. I do it all the time on the combine. Much quicker than changing the sections. First sharpening still leaves them a little serrated.



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Leroy

06-25-2014 05:45:09
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 Re: mower knife in reply to maine man, 06-25-2014 04:25:34  
When the section if far enough gone to need sharpening what do you loose by sharpening? This goes for both lower and top serated sections. Top was always only on combine, never on mower, only bottom serated for that. But bottom always sharpen from top and that would continue till you were using a smooth section. Top they do get worn and just a very light sharpening will make them work a long time. And what is it costing you to sharpen them verses buying new? Only a little time and at a couple of dollars per section a little time is usually cheaper than new. If you only get a third of use after sharpening of new you are still ahead and then you can sitll do a sharpening a second time.

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jCarroll

06-25-2014 05:30:53
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 Re: mower knife in reply to maine man, 06-25-2014 04:25:34  
I do - with an angle grinder.
And from the top (with under serrated sections) - cleans the burrs off the cutting edges.



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bo

06-25-2014 04:28:50
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 Re: mower knife in reply to maine man, 06-25-2014 04:25:34  
Yes from the back of the serration only.



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