Liberty Bell Chipbreaker screw
Seems like they come up on ebay occasionally, probably because people part out the planes after they break the adjuster.  Somehow the adjuster on my 135 is fine, but the screw is missing.

A regular stanley chipbreaker screw is bigger, and that's the way I might end up going.  But does anyone know what the thread on the original screw was? I swear I saw it the other day, but can't find it again.
#6, Eris MIGHT have one
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
Contact Michael Jenks at Just Plane Fun - the parts division. He is a great guy with a large inventory of parts, including some odd and rare ones.
Bob Page
In da U.P. of Michigan
MJ wanted a picture of one. From ebay, it looks just like a regular screw, but the threads are smaller.  I suppose for the purposes of him finding one, it would be more helpful to have the head diameter.

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