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Re: Like always, it depends *LINK*
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Like always, it depends ()

Derek Cohen (in Perth, Australia)
A Foley saw is not necessary to punch in new teeth. It is just faster and generally a production tool. One can remove teeth with a coarse file, and then use a paper template (available on many sites - link below). Lay the template over the plate and file in the spacing. Then file at the rake angle desired (info in the link below).

It is also not necessary to remove teeth, unless the spacing is wildly out, or the teeth are very misshapen.

Regards from Perth

Derek

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