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Pinnacle No 151 Spokeshave

$155.99

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A new blade and larger adjustment slots are designed to make the Pinnacle® No. 151 Spokeshave even more pleasurable to use. The No. 151 comes with a cryogenically treated, 2"-wide A2 steel blade hardened to HRC60-62 by renowned blade maker Ron Hock. Woodcraft worked with Ron to develop...

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A new blade and larger adjustment slots are designed to make the Pinnacle® No. 151 Spokeshave even more pleasurable to use. The No. 151 comes with a cryogenically treated, 2"-wide A2 steel blade hardened to HRC60-62 by renowned blade maker Ron Hock. Woodcraft worked with Ron to develop a Hock/Pinnacle Blade that has a 30° grind and slightly larger back slots to mitigate the adjusting wheels binding during blade adjustment. Also the slightly larger adjustment slots permit skewing the blade, which some users do to improve cutting performance in certain applications.

This flat sole spokeshave is based on the classic Stanley gullwing design first made in New Britain in 1911. Features include a double screw fine blade adjustment, precisely machined 45° bed angle, and rust-resistant 304 Stainless Steel construction – body, 3 screws , 3 knurled nuts and lever cap – except for the A2 blade and brass lever cap screw. Overall length is 10-3/4", with a weight of slightly more the 17 ounces.

  • Nicely finished 304 Stainless Steel body
  • Pinnacle/Hock A2 Blade hardened to HRC60-62
  • Blade ground to 30°
  • Double screw fine adjustment for blade

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent right out of the box

    Treated myself to a new tool for Christmas. I've never used a spokeshave before, but thought I'd add it to my collection so I'd have it when I needed it. The packaging was great as it came in a padded wooden box, polish and finish also met expectations at this price point. Opened the blade, checked the back, where I could see very minor scratchmarks and the bevel appeared to be polished nicely. Shaved arm hair effortlessly straight out of the box. Installed the blade, set the depth following several YouTube video recommendations. WOW, was I amazed. 1/128th shavings on the first pass on a 3/4 in piece of scrap poplar leaving it glass smooth. I've read that a spokeshave can be either your favorite go-to or you hate them. Gotta say, I'll be finding a reason to use it.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    GREAT SPOKE SHAVE

    I MAKE FURNITURE WITH HAND TOOLS ONLY

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good job Pinnacle

    Has has a good feel in the hand. Solid, reliable performer. Easily tuned. Paper thin shavings or thick shavings. Hones easily.

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