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08-02-2013, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by LarryO View Post
Since your a handy guy, switch the blades from one skate to the other and check if the warp stays on the same skate. If it does, then it's the holder that's warped. On the other hand, if the warp follows the blade, then the blade itself is warped. Often it's the holder that's warped. Maybe it's been warped for a while but you never noticed it until this fresh cut made it apparent.
Thanks for the advice. Makes perfect sense.

I think it may be the fresh grind that clued me into it in the first place. I just went and looked at my blades again and can't really say for sure that it looks warped any more on the right than on the left.

I may just try playing on it until I'm happy and then not get it cut so aggressively next time. I've lost about 25 lbs since my last blade cutting. Perhaps I was used to a "shallower" cut and this one was just too harsh for my liking.

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