Powermatic 221-20 Knife Grinder/quiet Cutterhead

 
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Powermatic 221-20 Knife Grinder/quiet Cutterhead


Doing some clean up at the shop and we have a knife grinder and quiet cutterhead for a powermatic 221-20 that's looking for a new home.
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The grinder should sell, the head, well those things were just a horrible idea from powermatic.

Put the grinder on woodweb or list it on vintage machinery.

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Yeah, I'm going to guess the only new home the cutterhead will find is the scrap yard. Have a 4 knife cutterhead for a jointer as well but I doubt anyone wants it.
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Yeah, I'm going to guess the only new home the cutterhead will find is the scrap yard. Have a 4 knife cutterhead for a jointer as well but I doubt anyone wants it.
Try vintage machinery in the buy and sell. You may be surprised

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