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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Canadian GreenScape, Jun 24, 2004.
They are nice machines, but I'm too cheap to buy one. I get by with a 8" delta grinder.
What I do is clamp the blade on a table and place a bottle full of water with a hole on the cap and have the bottle spray water on the blade while I'm sharpening it with an angle grinder It does't even get warm
my blades were so dull it made me lose my temper!
Try cleaning your wheel with a stone.You could be plugging it up with crap from the blade causing you to apply more pressure which in turn makes heat.
You can use harden rods weld on the blade
There is a new Blade sharpener I can buy from my wholesaler The Wheel is in a bath of water sharpen blades with a wet grinder If I can find someone buy mine I'll buy a wet sharpener
Ditch the bench grinder for a flapper wheel on a angle grinder. I use a 60 grit and it's really hard to get it overheated. Also, it's a lot easier and faster for me than the bench grinder.