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    Default Morso Chopper Blades, Used

    Used Morso Chopper Blades. Each pair has been inspected and professionally sharpened. Ready for use. Satisfaction guaranteed.

    Why buy new for more than three hundred dollars when you can have them for 1/4 the price.
    We guarantee these blades with a full money back guarantee.
    If you are not satisfied we will refund your cost in full.
    $75.00 per pair plus $10.95 shipping anywhere in the USA

    Call Peter Ackerman Toll Free at (888) 850-1556 to order

    I have limited amount in stock for immediate shipment. Do not miss out on this deal!

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    Hi, are the blades hollow grind ? 28 degrees or flat grind ?.
    How much to ship to NZ in flat rate box. Chris.
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    Default Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.

    Quote Originally Posted by PAckerman View Post
    Used Morso Chopper Blades. Each pair has been inspected and professionally sharpened. Ready for use. Satisfaction guaranteed.

    Why buy new for more than three hundred dollars when you can have them for 1/4 the price.
    We guarantee these blades with a full money back guarantee.
    If you are not satisfied we will refund your cost in full.
    $75.00 per pair plus $10.95 shipping anywhere in the USA

    Call Peter Ackerman Toll Free at (888) 850-1556 to order

    I have limited amount in stock for immediate shipment. Do not miss out on this deal!

    chopper blades.jpg
    Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.
    What the well dressed frame is wearing this year. Made of thicker steel, quality nickel and zinc plating. Hardware the way you expect it. www.888mfgcorp.com

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    Default Morso Blades

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAckerman View Post
    Used Morso Chopper Blades. Each pair has been inspected and professionally sharpened. Ready for use. Satisfaction guaranteed.

    Why buy new for more than three hundred dollars when you can have them for 1/4 the price.
    We guarantee these blades with a full money back guarantee.
    If you are not satisfied we will refund your cost in full.
    $75.00 per pair plus $10.95 shipping anywhere in the USA

    Call Peter Ackerman Toll Free at (888) 850-1556 to order

    I have limited amount in stock for immediate shipment. Do not miss out on this deal!

    chopper blades.jpg
    What the well dressed frame is wearing this year. Made of thicker steel, quality nickel and zinc plating. Hardware the way you expect it. www.888mfgcorp.com

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    Peter, can a set be picked up rather then shipped?
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    Peter, did you reply to my original request two weeks ago ? You may need all the sales that you can get if QE 4 does not work!!!. Chris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARTY View Post
    Peter, did you reply to my original request two weeks ago ? You may need all the sales that you can get if QE 4 does not work!!!. Chris.
    It doesn't appear that he's keeping up with responses here on the board. But he does return phone calls. I left him a voice mail and he returned my call a couple of days later.

    I haven't received blades from him yet, but the charge has cleared on my card, so I expect them to show up any day.

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    Peter has contacted me, so he is responding to messages here.
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    Default I received blades

    I received my blades today. Pretty quickly actually. They came Priority US Mail. And they got here just two days after my credit card was charged. They were well packed in a styrofoam 'caddy' with cut outs for the blades.

    They appear completely legitimate. With "Danmark" marked on the blades along with some numbers. They are wicked sharp though I have no way of knowing if they are hollow ground and the exact degree per specs. I won't know until I install them how well they fit and perform, but at this point, all seems to be just as advertised.

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    To see if they are hollow ground just lay your credit card across the sharpened cutting edge to the back of the cutting face, you should see a slight concave between the two edges. If they are not hollow ground they will appear shinny and flat. Chris.
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    Default Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.

    Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.
    What the well dressed frame is wearing this year. Made of thicker steel, quality nickel and zinc plating. Hardware the way you expect it. www.888mfgcorp.com

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    Default Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.

    Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.
    What the well dressed frame is wearing this year. Made of thicker steel, quality nickel and zinc plating. Hardware the way you expect it. www.888mfgcorp.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAckerman View Post
    Still have a few pair left. Get them while you can.
    Great service Peter, thank you, the blades arrived in New Zealand in short time great order and delivered to my door step. I'll be back. Arty.
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    Default Cheap price usually ends up being a bitter pill to swallow.

    Got around to switching out blades on my Morso this week and put on these blades. As it turns out, they've been sharpened so many times that the faces of the blades have been ground down so much that they do not chop down far enough to complete the chop of the moulding all the way through up against the fence. Every chop leaves a little 'hinge' connecting the length of moulding...even after much adjusting to try to alleviate the problem. So, I have to take a razor blade out to complete the cut and trim the teat from each chop. Oh well, as they say," You get what you pay for."

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    Default Oh well, as they say," You get what you pay for." - Not Necessarily!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ergodipity View Post
    Got around to switching out blades on my Morso this week and put on these blades. As it turns out, they've been sharpened so many times that the faces of the blades have been ground down so much that they do not chop down far enough to complete the chop of the moulding all the way through up against the fence. Every chop leaves a little 'hinge' connecting the length of moulding...even after much adjusting to try to alleviate the problem. So, I have to take a razor blade out to complete the cut and trim the teat from each chop. Oh well, as they say," You get what you pay for."
    If you are not happy with the blades, you should call me. I will replace them or refund you for them. I do not intentionally sell inferior product. These blades were sharpened by a professional and I was assured they were in good working order. However there can still be value in a bargain. As I said, contact me toll free on my cell at (888) 850-1556 and I will do what it takes to fix this unacceptable situation.
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    Have you adjusted the downward stroke? I recently had to do that with my machine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ergodipity View Post
    Got around to switching out blades on my Morso this week and put on these blades. As it turns out, they've been sharpened so many times that the faces of the blades have been ground down so much that they do not chop down far enough to complete the chop of the moulding all the way through up against the fence. Every chop leaves a little 'hinge' connecting the length of moulding...even after much adjusting to try to alleviate the problem. So, I have to take a razor blade out to complete the cut and trim the teat from each chop. Oh well, as they say," You get what you pay for."

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    "Oh well, as they say," You get what you pay for."

    And once in awhile, you may get more than what you paid for and not realize it. I don't have any experience with choppers as I have used nothing but chop saws in my framing career but it sure makes sense to me that, if you allow the blades to seat deeper into the throat of the chopper, it should increase the travel of the very outer tips of the chopper blades below the surface of the chopper table enough to complete the miter cut.

    Just sayin' .......

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