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SirIrb

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#1 posted 03-09-2015 07:05 PM

Thanks for the 101.
Come on July. Daddy wants a big saw.

can I get a rebuild kit for this?

Only thing you need is a couple of new bearings. The centrifugal switch and it s contacts can be cleaned up with an emery cloth or nail file once opened up. A compressor can get the built up sawdust and other crap out of it, and a good wipe down of the stator and windings would be a good idea as well. Bearings are standard off the shelf items and can be sourced just about anywhere.. But you need to get to the bearings to know which ones you will need; don t rely on a parts list or other document as they are not always what may be listed. Most of those motors typically use pretty standard 6202 or 6203 bearings. For reference, I just replaced the bearings in a 3HP Baldor and they cost me a whopping $17 for both including shipping from Accurate Bearing. Those are pretty big bearings, and yours should be much smaller (and cheaper).

Cheers,
Brad

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