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Bren

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01-26-2008 12:09 AM

Topic tags/keywords: router

I have an old Stanley trim router. One of the spring loaded brushes is shot. Does anyone know where I might try to find parts for this? It says 90084 Motor on it along with the following information: Model .01; 5 amps; 120 volts; 30,000rpm

-- Bren Hartman, Battle Creek, Michigan


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#1 posted 01-28-2008 12:33 AM

Where do you go for power tool service parts?

-- Bren Hartman, Battle Creek, Michigan

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#2 posted 01-28-2008 12:56 AM

I didn’t know that they made a router. Almost any good service center for power tools and elecgtric motors should have a variety to choose from

-- making sawdust....

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#3 posted 01-28-2008 06:16 AM

Try Stanley on the internet. They have a website. stanleytools.com I think.

-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon

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#4 posted 01-28-2008 02:49 PM

Try Acetoolrepair.com and toolpartsdirect.com.

It’s been good to me.

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#5 posted 03-28-2011 05:32 AM

Hey Bren, saw your question about your router. I have my grandfathers stanley trim router. I need a new armature for it. Did you ever find parts for the stanley trim router? Where can I get parts? Thanks!

-- Landon, Choctaw OK.

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#6 posted 03-29-2011 01:56 AM

Never did find parts for it. Is yours the same as mine? Maybe one of us should sell to the other for parts?

-- Bren Hartman, Battle Creek, Michigan

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#7 posted 04-01-2011 05:35 AM

Well, the only kicker is that this router was my grandfathers and that is why I am trying to fix it. If you dont have any ties to yours I would be interested in purchasing it. Otherwise I may keep looking on internet. Thanks for the response. I didnt realize how hard it would be to locate a similar router. Thanks again.

-- Landon, Choctaw OK.

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#8 posted 09-06-2011 05:23 AM

I have an old Stanley H-39-B Router. Was my dad’s and the brushes just gave out. I too am looking for parts.

-- Harold

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#9 posted 09-06-2011 08:20 AM

Try eurtoneelectric.com. If they don’t have it, they don’t have it. Lots of brushes. Look at your to see the size, shunt or no shunt, cap style, etc. Enough info on site I could figure out what I need.

Steve

-- Steve in KY. 44 years so far with my lovely bride. Think I'll keep her.

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#10 posted 09-06-2011 02:19 PM

Steve – thanks for the tip, I’ll check it out. I did a quick “fly by” of the site and found the link you gave was close, but misspelled. Here’s the correct link, Eurton Electric

I wonder how old this router is, when it was made? I”ve done some internet searches, but only found a reference to a 1954 Popular Mechanics that should an ad for an earlier model – the H15.

BTW – 43 years of marriage, can’t beat that with a stick! Honestly – congrats! I had 19 years with the first and soon 5 with my second model.

-- Harold

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#11 posted 09-06-2011 10:12 PM

Harold,

Sorry about that. I tend to do that with a’s also. Glad you were able to find it. Hope you can get brushes for it. If not, don’t throw it away. Put it someplace special. Besides the memories, those oldies arre works of art.

Steve

-- Steve in KY. 44 years so far with my lovely bride. Think I'll keep her.

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#12 posted 03-31-2012 08:55 AM

My father-in-law was a backyard mechanic. He thought me brushes are just carbon and buy as close to size as you can and trim to fit with a knife it really sounds crude but it worked for me on something else. I am going to find some brushes for my router it quit on my son he thinks he broke it.

-- Paul, Washington, genealogist, woodworker, and gardener

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