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Help identify a Stanley plane, possibly a Type 6


Don Wilwol
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This was an emailed question.

I came across your site and was hoping you could help me identify the Type of Stanley plane I have? Note: it didn't have a lateral adjuster when I purchased it.

 

Thanks for your help

 

Thank You,

Schean

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Answer. A type 6 stanley would not haver steel nuts holding the knob and tote on. 

Here is a look at some stanley bases https://www.timetestedtools.net/2016/01/27/stanley-bases/  

The tote could be a replacement. 

It might be a Union? Which is still likely a replacement tote. 

What do the nuts/tote screws look like?

Also are the threads the same as stanley?

 


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Thanks for the feedback. The threads are right hand on all screws and definitely steel (magnetic). I sanded the tote and knob as I'm in the process of refurbishing them. Original color was the same as the other plane in the background. 

FC5FEEC9 3694 473E 9A27 EF01603A481B
E4EC9B98 73B9 4D5A 991B F584B207B1E0
3AD60ECB 452F 40F5 9024 E1B0C12346A6
86AD96F3 2BFB 443A 966A D0783871D37E
33A32C79 5CFD 495C B7F8 5966636679B3

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