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Forum topic by kjb posted 893 days ago 1840 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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893 days ago

I want to have my rollers recoated but do not have a clue as to how thick it should be I have a place in syracuse but they have never done this particular roller before. Any body with that information ?

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#1 posted 893 days ago

I used Western Roller in Oregon to do a set for my Jet. You might try calling them and see if they have the molds already for your particular model. They did a great job and customer service was outstanding!

-- If it ain't broke, take it apart and find out why

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#2 posted 893 days ago

I have used for a couple of sets for Makita planer rollers. I just removed them and they knew exactly which tool they were from. This is a really common issue with the Makita planers. I have also heard good things about Western Roller but have not used them since I am about 6 miles from Griffith.

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#3 posted 893 days ago

I also used Western Roller. They already know how thick it should be. Just call them an they can help you out.

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#4 posted 723 days ago

Outer Diameter is 2 5/8 “

Working Length is 15 3/8”

-- Newman

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#5 posted 723 days ago

Another vote for western roller.. did a great job on my 2030 rollers..

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#6 posted 582 days ago

as of 12-19-12 it cost me 209.50 to have j.j. short recover makita 2040 feed rollers. i have a type 1 and had a hell of a time reinstalling them to factory specs. don’t over tighten roller pressure springs, u’ll burn up plain bearing. call me if u want tips or help. mike @ 50eight-33three-933six.

-- wrenchguy mike, nw indiana, armpit of the nation!

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