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Model #12-951

Spokeshave with Flat Base

  • Adjustable cutters for depth of cut and thickness of shavings
  • Replacement iron 12-350
  • Designed for curved work, such as shaping chair seats and legs
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Product Overview

This spoke shave is designed for curved work, such as shaping chair seats and legs. The cutters are fully adjustable for depth of cut and thickness of shavings. It has a flat base for flat and convex working surfaces.
  • Designed for curved work, such as shaping chair seats and legs
  • Cutters are fully adjustable for depth of cut and thickness of shavings
  • Flat base for flat and convex surfaces
  • Blades are replaceable
  • Comes with a vinyl pouch that protects plane when not in use
  • Replacement iron 12-350
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Base Length (in.)
10
Blade Length (in.)
2.125
Blade Width (in.)
2.125

Details

Features
Removable Blade
Hand Tool Type
Plane
Handle Material
Metal
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1.13
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime

Questions & Answers

7Questions34Answers

why did your search come up with nothing? when it is right here

Asked by polgadot March 4, 2020
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Answer

Because it's already there.

What is the part number for the replacement blade for spokeshave flat base

Asked by Kozy December 8, 2019
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Answer

The replacement blades for the 12-951 are part # 12-350.

can I buy this spokeshave at a home depot store or can I but it only online

Asked by nictoe June 11, 2018
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Answers

I bought it online.

What is the model number?

Asked by Frank March 8, 2018
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Under current model designation, this is a Stanley 12-951 flat base spokeshave. Under the historical designation, it was known as a “151” model and the numerals 151 are still cast into the metal body of the spokeshave.

Be used on a hand hewn beam?

Asked by Mark July 1, 2017
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Answers

Yes but keep in mine that the blade is not to wide and it is a small unit designed for small work. Good Luck

I have lost one of the two adjusting nuts on my spokeshave 12-951, and can I buy a couple, how much are they?

Asked by Nicholas September 1, 2016
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Not sure. If you have a good local hardware store they may have a solution for you in their nuts and bolts bins. Good luck. Try Staley website

to use on tree branches?

Asked by Daniel February 1, 2015
10
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No. You want a drawknife. The throat of this would be clogged by bark.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 142 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Poor Quality Control
The photo should clearly demonstrate why I will never buy another modern Stanley product. I don't expect to have a perfectly flat sole, but this cap iron is just embarrassing. I would like to hear a Stanley representative explain this mistake.
by CorgiDad
AAA+Put a Johnson Sliding T Bevel on the front of...
AAA+Put a Johnson Sliding T Bevel on the front of the Cap Iron which I filed both rough bottom and front to a knife edge and then transferred the angle to a Swanson Speed Square ie front Cap Iron is right on 50 degree angle. Shavings caught under Cap Iron and jammed the Spokeshave. 15 minute fix it
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
Absolutely recommend this Stanley spokeshave! I already have a nearly 90-year old version of thi...
Absolutely recommend this Stanley spokeshave! I already have a nearly 90-year old version of this spokeshave and the tools are quite comparable. Please take some of the tool reviews with a grain of salt. Many well intentioned reviews are submitted by individuals who have no experience with these traditional hand tools. This tool is actually a bargain at the price HD retails it for. Buy it, then learn to sharpen, use and really enjoy this Stanley spokeshave. It’s absolutely a keeper tool!
by PlanesPlanesPlanes
3 people found this helpful
I bought this STANLEY Spokeshave with Flat Base to hand carve full-size ornamental airplane prope...
I bought this STANLEY Spokeshave with Flat Base to hand carve full-size ornamental airplane propellers of laminated exotic hardwoods (see photos). It's the exact same design as the ones in Mr. Z's 7th- grade woodshop class in 1970. The body & cap are made of cast iron, so I flattened and smoothed the underside and top bevel (chip breaker) of the cap on a stationary horizontal belt sander to keep wood shavings from wedging between the cap and the blade. It works better pulling it toward you, rather than pushing it away from you. Keep the blade sharp. Unless you're roughing and rounding a sharp edge, take light cuts. For "planing" with the full width of the blade, skew it slightly so the blade slices, rather "chisels" through the wood. When reassembling after sharpening, make sure the beveled side of the blade faces down, or it will scrape rather than cut.
by RedneckRocketScientist
8 people found this helpful
Stanley are one of the best
I have bought cheaper spoke shaves for my workshop classes to make camping Yurts and they just don't work as well as the classic Stanley. It is worth paying the extra to get a smooth shave action where the blade cuts cleanly without juddering. Home Depot are the cheapest in the internet.
by CampingYurts
17 people found this helpful
by HomeDepotCustomer
It’s a classic. If you’re prepared to put in the...
It’s a classic. If you’re prepared to put in the work flattening the base and sharpening the iron you’ll have a solid spokeshave that your grandkids can use.
by JUSTIN
This Stanley 151 Spokeshave came in excellent condition, all it needed was to have the blade hone...
This Stanley 151 Spokeshave came in excellent condition, all it needed was to have the blade honed (at 30 degrees.) Now, as soon as I have finished building a Shave Horse, I will be able to make a few more canes from hardwood branches. Using a draw knife and knives to form the canes was becoming tedious. Now, after a few test "shaves" with the Stanley 151, things should go smoothly (pun intended.)
by Professor
Tricky to adjust but great proformer...
Tricky to adjust but great proformer
by HomeDepotCustomer
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