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    Does anyone know here I can order a fine grit griding wheel on line? Home Depot, etc. only carry wheels which are course enogh to grid an ax, not a fine knife. I see some units for sale that have white wheels which would be fine enough but they don't sell the wheels separately.

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    Woodsupply sells 'woodtek' sharpeners and they also sell the replacement wheels, whether these would work on another grinder...I don't know....do a google search of'woodtek' and you will find them, as woodsupply is the only one that sells woodtek I believe....also texaswoodcarvers sells some wheels, but not sure they have stone?

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      woodcraft has some 120 grit ones

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        Try www.leevalley.com They have several choices.

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