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Ball Bearing 6302V
Fix Number FIX10188573
Manufacturer Part Number N127530This Ball Bearing is sealed on both sides. It is a genuine replacement part and is sold individually. Ball bearings are used to reduce friction between rotating parts. The balls or rollers take the load and spin, distributing the weight evenly while the minimal contact area of the ball reduces friction. This reduces wear on the tool and allows it to run smoothly. Bearings experience constant wear when the tool is in operation from pressure, heat, vibration and friction. Because of this, many Bearings need periodic maintenance or replacement.
Fix Number FIX10153834
Manufacturer Part Number 664064-4This is a power cord, and it is used with several power tools. It is made of a thick rubber that is tough, and insulated for a long life. It has two 18 gauge wires, and is 8 feet long. When removing your old cord, take note of the wire leads placements, and how they connect to the receptacle in the tool. You will have to attach the new cord similarly.
John from Hancock, MI
Did not come with grinding disc guardWhile unit was unplugged I screwed clamp of guard around grinder. Read more...
Ball Bearing (6001DW)
Fix Number FIX10169632
Manufacturer Part Number 330003-64This is a ball bearing for your power tools. It is used in a variety of machines for rotary motion. The bearings support your tools by lowering the friction, which allows easy rotation of moving parts. Depending on how often you use your tool the bearings are a commonly replaced part. This is because they will experience most of the pressure, heat, and vibrations.
Michael from NEW BERLIN, WI
Bad bearing on brush end of Bucksaw motorremove the brush cover on the end oppisite blade, unplug brush and remove bronze brusholder, if not replacing brushes , mark them for left and right. In my case the bearing had seized to the armature shaft much tighter than its normal shrink fit, so a bearing puller was needed, once the bearing is off, clean up shaft , heat bearing to about 200 deg F and blast end of shaft with cyrofreeze -60 F quickly drop bearing onto shaft and with very little effort it should slide on and bottom out on shaft. work quickly the shrink fit only lasts a few seconds. the trick is to heat bearing but not get it too warm and distort the plastic bearing cover. reinstall brush cap and old or new brushes. these old bucksaws are great for siding jobs , problem is only thing still available is the bearings and brushes. I think this saw is 35-40 years old , maybe I can get another 10 years out of it and by then I will be too old to lift it. Read more...