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Re: Bar Dressing tools
« Reply #30 on: October 21, 2018, 08:33:04 pm »
I like the Oregon model, but I received it damaged, so I am using the clone body and the Oregon OEM file, which works much better. As noted earlier, replacement files are sold in packs of 6 for $8 - $13 per file!! !

Tried this today, using a hardware store file ($7) and a Dremel cut off tool.  An 8" file would have been large enough to make 2 replacements for the Oregon tool, but the 10" file had coarser teeth.  That is one of the advantages of doing this - you can choose different file patterns / coarseness / etc. For this attempt I tried to match the OEM file.

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