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The female traded part of the adjusting screww on my old stanley 220 block plane ha split broken where can i buy a similar part .

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You should be able to order it from Stanley. See link to web site.
This is right to the parts paage for the 220 block plane.
http://www.stanleytoolparts.com/12220usa.html

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