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Anybody out there in hand tool land happen to have a frog for a type 9, No 5 Stanley laying around that would be willing to sell/trade/whatever? Picked it up in beat-to-hell condition the other day and was pleased to find, after removing lots of old gunk, that its a type 9 in salvageable shape. Not so pleased to see the frog is broken. And the iron is sharpened way down but I'll deal with that later.
 

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Bob Kaune may be the place to go if no one on the forum can help.

http://antique-used-tools.com/comparts.htm

He has a great picture of the different frog designs in this link.



According to the Bob Kaune picture a type 9 would be prior to frog adjustment. I have a Type 10-15 frog for a No. 4/5 which has the tapped hole for the frog adjustment.

Missing the small piece of steel on the lateral adjustment lever.

Plane_frog_No-5_type_10-15_rear_1881.jpg

Plane_frog_No-5_type_10-15_front_1882.jpg

Also try PM to VaureyWWC, his post #7 in this thread states he has 8 2in frogs.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f11/good-find-42868/#post506719
 

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Dave Paine said:
Bob Kaune may be the place to go if no one on the forum can help.

http://antique-used-tools.com/comparts.htm

He has a great picture of the different frog designs in this link.

According to the Bob Kaune picture a type 9 would be prior to frog adjustment. I have a Type 10-15 frog for a No. 4/5 which has the tapped hole for the frog adjustment.

Missing the small piece of steel on the lateral adjustment lever.

Also try PM to VaureyWWC, his post #7 in this thread states he has 8 2in frogs.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f11/good-find-42868/#post506719
Yep, it's definitely a type 9 w/no adj screw. Thanks for the suggestions Dave! I will send VaureyWWC a PM. Checked out Bob Kaune, he seems a tad expensive but will work in a last resort.
Also I don't think a type 10 frog would fit, the vertical rib is shaped differently between the two types. Maybe it wouldn't matter, not sure.
 

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I think I have one ! At least it looks like the type #9 as in the picture by Dave Paine.

Email me an address to ship it to.

David Turner
Plymouth, MI.
 

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David Turner said:
I think I have one ! At least it looks like the type #9 as in the picture by Dave Paine.

Email me an address to ship it to.

David Turner
Plymouth, MI.
I can't PM you, as you don't have enough posts. I don't like to put my email on a public forum, as it usually ends up in increased spam but there's not much other option here. Just please email me or reply to this as soon as you have it so that I can then remove it from the post! Thanks
 

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Frog

BZawat:

Although I gave you the frog I did expect you to reimburse me for the postage. Priority small box was $5.80 and as of 8/29/2013, I have not received this postage amount.

David Turner
Plymouth, MI.
 

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I wondered why my check hadn't been cashed yet. I'll drop another one in the mail immediately. Very sorry David! If you get the first one eventually, consider it an interest payment lol.

This is why I always prefer Paypal. And btw, you could have at least given me the courtesy of a private email first ;-)
 

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BZawat:

I am sorry you did not get the email I sent you about a week ago. I guess if a check can get lost in the mail then an email can get lost in cyber space.

David Turner
 
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