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Dim question from a newbie - but how wide are these thingies? I've searched this site and Mr Google but apart from endless exploded diagrams of spare parts, I can't find it.
 

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Moreorlessright":zlnk3d7s said:
Dim question from a newbie - but how wide are these thingies? I've searched this site and Mr Google but apart from endless exploded diagrams of spare parts, I can't find it.
Apparently it takes 260mm blades, so - 260mm, I guess! Which is a tad over 10".
 

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It does have the motor mounted on the side of the machine Jake, so that makes it much wider overall. I am not sure just how wide though. I have the 1161 model (Elu) and I would say it is about 20" wide. This is just a guess though as I haven't measured mine. HTH. :wink:
 

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mailee":37y5rmxy said:
It does have the motor mounted on the side of the machine Jake, so that makes it much wider overall.
There's that, I guess! I assumed the question was "what width can I plane on a ..." ;-) It's true that a quick search on Google doesn't tell you that, and it's not mentioned in the eBay auctions I saw currently running for that model, for some reason.
 

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well I have got to admit I just assumed he meant the overall width of the machine? I am sure he will be along to let us know. :oops:
 
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Many thanks, gents. It was the planing width I was after (well spotted, there was one on Ebay that didn't reveal it!). I'm lucky enough to be setting up a workshop in a barn where a few extra inches of motor sticking out don't matter too much.
 

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