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#1

More Human than Human
NYC
(This post was last modified: 10-27-2018, 02:52 PM by cdude62.)
Hello,
I have a couple WM razors all with various blade gaps but all solid bar base plates. I’d like to exchange one or two for a dual comb or open comb.

Here’s what I have:

Polished SS .61 solid bar - looking for a polished .61 OC or DC base plate.

Polished SS .86 solid bar - looking for polished .86 OC or DC base plate.

Antique bronze .74 - looking for antique bronze .74 DC.

Must be in excellent to mint condition as are mine. As always thanks for looking.
#2

Member
Peachtree City, GA
You would be well advised to trade entire head assembly. There can be fitment issues when mixing caps and baseplates

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#3

More Human than Human
NYC
Thanks Dan, I’ll heed your advice.
#4

Member
Darien CT
(This post was last modified: 10-28-2018, 12:16 PM by DJL813.)
Please correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t it the top plate that creates the gap...James modifies the top plate to vary the angle/gap?if so, this means the base plates enjoy all the same specs....there is no .61 baseplate just a .61 top plate or whatever gap Wolfman you own.
Don
#5

More Human than Human
NYC
It’s interesting, I have .a 61, .74.and.86 all interchangeable. Then one random .74 that won’t fit any of the top caps. Not sure why that is.
#6
(10-28-2018, 12:06 PM)DJL813 Wrote: Please correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t it the top plate that creates the gap...James modifies the top plate to vary the angle/gap?if so, this means the base plates enjoy all the same specs....there is no .61 baseplate just a .61 top plate or whatever gap Wolfman you own.


That’s a negative. It’s the base plate.

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#7

Member
Darien CT
Thanks very much for the clarification.
Don
#8

More Human than Human
NYC
Bump for fresh eyes


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