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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 1:58 am 
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...5C may mean something to you but what is 5¼?

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Its a jack plane.

Sized in between a 5 and a 5 1/2.

Im guessing the 5C is a corrugated plane.

Or it could all be the secret combination to Larry's green paint locker...

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No.... 8)

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3/4 shy of being a full 6.

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If you're speaking in Stanley numbers it is a small jack plane also called a junior jack that was sold mainly to schools for "manual training" classes.

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Dick gets the point today!

See HERE

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