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#1 posted 1060 days ago

I stopped by the bearing supplier and they happened to have replacement pulleys as well. The arbor pulley had a crack (possibly from me removing it) and the motor pulley turned out to be the wrong size, as well as being loose and out of round. They had to order one, but it’ll be there tomorrow and I’m not in a rush. I did a test fit and the new part is MUCH better. I picked up the cast iron browning versions and made sure to get the proper size this time. I’ll also get a new belt when I pick everything up.

Now I just have to find a shop to press the bearings off/on for a decent price or risk doing it myself. Anybody in the San Jose, CA area know of a good shop?


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