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02-15-2010, 11:59 PM
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Make sure you pick up a tapered blade. And as for where to cut the stick, it can be kind of hit or miss if you haven;t cut a tapered shaft before. Make a cut lower down on the shaft and if you need to, move up about an inch or so and try there (keep doing this until you find the spot where the blade will fit in). Itll probably be best to have an extra wooden plug as well since it could end up being rather short.

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