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 Posted: Sun Jul 26th, 2020 03:00 pm
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Mark Behrend
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I believe this is the wrong blade for my 19648.  It should have the squared off blade wings.  Does anyone have the correct cast hub blade that might want to trade.  Blade is in near perfect shape except for a crack next to a rivet.  Thanks 

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 Posted: Sun Jul 26th, 2020 03:01 pm
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Mark Behrend
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 Posted: Sun Jul 26th, 2020 03:02 pm
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Mark Behrend
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I think that blade is correct Mark, it is definitely not a 24 series blade as it is not an oscillator hub. If I remember correctly, Since the 19648 is a transition model, it shares some of the same traits as a 24 series. One of those being a transition to rounded vs flat end blades. I think those also could have a stamped hub or a steel cage.

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This 19648 I parted out - -Rich Becher took the broken hub & repaired as new!!
This and a 29648 go to Indy to be "recycled" - - they are sold


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 Posted: Sun Jul 26th, 2020 05:26 pm
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Mark Behrend
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Stan Adams wrote: I think that blade is correct Mark, it is definitely not a 24 series blade as it is not an oscillator hub. If I remember correctly, Since the 19648 is a transition model, it shares some of the same traits as a 24 series. One of those being a transition to rounded vs flat end blades. I think those also could have a stamped hub or a steel cage.
Good to hear Stan, thank you!

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I agree with Stan , rapid changes in design as the 19xxx traveled thru the 21xxx osc all the way to the end of the 24xxx which sported at the last , steel cages and pressed steel hubs.

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Geoff Dunaway wrote: I agree with Stan , rapid changes in design as the 19xxx traveled thru the 21xxx osc all the way to the end of the 24xxx which sported at the last , steel cages and pressed steel hubs.Thanks Geoff!

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