Type 8a - (1936 to 1939) has decorative design on large sole adjustment screw.
Type 9 - (1940 to 1942) has a plain adjustment screw. The Stanley Catalog Collection, 1855 to 1898, The Astragal Press, Mendham, New Jersey 3.
Smith, Roger K., Reprint of Stanley Catalog No 120 orginally issued in 1923, "Carpenters' and Mechanics Tools", The Stanley Rule and & Level Plant, The Stanley Works, New Britain, Conn., U.
Scrub planes are used for the fast removal of stock (reducing the size of boards, or pieces of wood).
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Planes, Scrapers & Spokeshaves, and other tools have threaded parts have proprietary & obsolete threads and are not available in hardware stores. To assist you in supplying the right parts for specific models and vintage tools, please provide me with pertinent physical details: markings on the tools -patent dates, trademarks, etc.
Any item may be returned, in the same condition as it was received, within 7 days of receipt, for a refund. ), position the frog and lever pivot point in between bench vise jaws.
Please contact me by Email or phone for return authorization. Slowly close the jaws, being careful not to touch the actual frog casting, and compress the rivet and lever. The following condition ratings are used to qualify and describe items in a general manner.Type 2 - (1880 to 1891) Front knob identical to Type 1 except part of the decorative "maze" design is removed from the center of the knob.Cutter screws are now standard; cutter markings are the same as Type 1. The cutter wheel on side of plane now has a four-hole design in the casting and is nickel plated.The flexible sole adjusts by turing the large front knob.The adjustment linkage in the #113 has a tendency to strip out and the arms holding the sole are thin strips of steel and did not hold up under heavy use.The rear handle also had a tendency to break if under heavy strain or if dropped.