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The upper blad

Where can I just pick up a upper blad and not pay a arm and lag
How can I sharping the upper blad
So I have to repace the upper and lower blad at the same time
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frankdefl1@yahoo.com

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I can help you with this, i have a blade, but you can save alot by going to a scissor sharpening place or a knife sharpening place also, let me know

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