Super coarse stones.

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    I have a deba that someone tried to cut a coconut with and the deba lost.

    I have an old King 220/1000 and the 220 side is getting darn thin.

    I read most super coarse waterstones fall apart easy.

    Would a coarse Norton Crystalon work or is it too slow? I may get an Atoma plate but generally don't like diamonds. I don't like DMT's as I have had one of their products fall apart on me.

    Suggestions?

    Jim

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