I do have the Atoma plates in 140 400 600 and 1200 grit available for the Wicked Edge. I find the 140 more than aggressive enough for reprofiling abrasion resistant steels and major repairs, yest still leaving a finish that doesn't have extremely deep scratches for the level of aggression it gives. I have not tried the 50/80 stones personaly, but customers have reported comparable results between the two.
I have begun cutting Nubatama stones for the Edge Pro and upon request will cut them for the Wicked Edge. Two of the coarsest stones in the Nubatama series are 60 grit and 24 grit. Now that's rough!
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