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Re: Pesky Swage Problem

From: kcleve
Date: 21 Jan 2002
Time: 10:40:33
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Sounds like your clamp screws in your swage are either worn or not centered.Take your swage and turn it on it's back,the place a piece of steel(same thickness as your saw)into the swage head and clamp down just as you would to swage.Measure the distance from the under part of the grooved out portion of the swage where the clampscrews come out to the piece of steel you clamped in.That should be indentical on both sides,if it is not that can cause the tooth to be pulled one sided be cause your sawge is not centered on the saw.hope that helps.....kclev