Bailey wood plane

by John
(Columbus, Ohio)

I have a Bailey wood plane.... I think it's a model #35. It has a wood base and "BAILEY" on the front metal part by the wood knob. I'm missing the metal part that clamps or locks the sliding metal shaving blade. Any idea where I could purchase this part?

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Jan 15, 2010
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Plane Part
by: Tom in Vermont

The tote is the rear handle. The blade has a part screwed on top of it called a chipbreaker or capiron. They are held in place by a lever cap, which sounds like the part you're looking for. The Stanley No. 35 has a 2" wide levercap, and although the original had a textured surface any 2" Stanley levercap will fit as will copies made by many other manufacturers.

Oct 23, 2009
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Wood Plane part identified
by: John in Columbus

I found out that the missing part that I need for my Baily model 35 plane is called a tote lever. I would appreciate it if any one would know where I could purchase this part. Thank you in advance.

John

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