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Brush
$13.67
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10170261
Manufacturer Part Number
381028-08
This carbon brush fits a variety of gardening and lawn tools. The brush is a common replacement part and can easily fix most motor malfunctions. This brush comes with a wire lead and a connection terminal. Inspect the wire lead for any damage and replace immediately if burns or cracks are noticed. Refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer for installation instructions.
Carbon Brush Set
$10.85
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10156641
Manufacturer Part Number
CB154
This motor brush set is for power tools. Motor brush set transfers electric current to the spinning armature in the motor. The set includes both motor brushes.
Brush and Spring
$8.86
In Stock
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX10166057
Manufacturer Part Number
145323-06
This carbon brush and spring kit includes a carbon brush, wire lead, and a spring. The parts fit a variety of tools such as saws. If you notice your motor is running poorly or is intermittent, then check the brush for damage, cracks, and burns. It is common to replace the brushes repeatedly as they easily wear off from friction and use. Tip: remember to inspect your armature for burns and cracks when replacing your carbon brushes. This will help identify larger motor problems. This part measures to 3/4 inches in length, 1/2 inches in width, and the 1/4 inches in thickness. Refer to the manual for installation instructions and a list of the parts included.
Brush
$5.55
On Order
Fix Number
FIX10177102
Manufacturer Part Number
5140033-19
This part includes one carbon brush with a wire lead and brush spring attached. A strong indication that the carbon brush might need to be replaced is if your equipment will not turn on or there are excessive sparks present. This is a common wear part that will require replacement from time to time. It is also a good idea to inspect the armature at the same time, especially in the case of excessive sparks.
Handwheel
$6.19
Special Order
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4 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX11866483
Manufacturer Part Number
089290001054
This OEM approved replacement Handwheel is designed for use with specific models of Ridgid Table Saws. To ensure your saw is compatible with this part, please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. The purpose of the handwheel is to raise and lower the saw blade. This Handwheel is made of durable black plastic, is approximately 4" tall, and is sold individually. If your Handwheel is visibly damaged or no longer properly moves the saw blade, it needs to be replaced. No tools are required for installation.
Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
$10.69
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10176277
Manufacturer Part Number
5140011-85
This is a single carbon brush with a spring. Carbon brushes are what supply electricity to the armature. They are known to wear due to constant rubbing against the commutator, so it should not be a concern if they are in need of a replacement. They should be inspected regularly, especially if your power tool is not functioning properly. A worn brush can cause excessive sparks, however a damaged armature can also cause sparks, so you will need to inspect both parts. This is a simple repair that should only take a few minutes. You will need to remove the brush caps, and then align the new carbon brush in the holder with the tabs. You will need a screwdriver to secure the cap.
Power Cord
$28.36
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10169913
Manufacturer Part Number
330079-98
It is constructed with tough, thick outer rubber insulation for a long service life. Power Cord Specifications: • 2 Prongs • 2 Wires • 14 Gauge • 10 Feet Long
Power Cord - 8', 14 Gauge, 2-Wire
$29.38
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10153852
Manufacturer Part Number
664463-0
This power cord includes 2 prongs, 2 wires, and the gauge is 14. The measurement is 8 feet long and the type is bare wire. The cord is used on various power tools, specifically gardening and lawn equipment. With use and time, power tool cords can become frayed. If there are visible signs of wear on your cord, it is important to replace it immediately. For safety practices and installation instructions, refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer.
Hand Wheel
$16.19
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10178360
Manufacturer Part Number
5140117-77
This is an OEM handwheel for a table saw, which allows the user to adjust the blade height. This handwheel is made from black plastic (bevel handle is sold as a separate part) and attaches to a metal cross pin on the spindle. The plastic will wear over time, causing it to slip and not adjust the blade. This is a simple repair that should only take a few minutes. Start by removing the nut, pull the handle away from the saw (being careful not to misplace the washer), and secure the new assembly by aligning the notches with the roll pin, and secure the new handwheel with the nut.
Tire
$40.28
In Stock
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2 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX10375821
Manufacturer Part Number
100025A
This manufacturer-approved tire is for band saws. Tire covers the wheel on which the blade rotates. The tire is a tight fit; stretch it around the wheel. Unplug the saw before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

Installation Instructions

Thomas from GROESBECK, TX
Tires were 14 years old and were getting rough
Step 1: Unplug band saw
Step 2: Remove Blade
Step 3: Use awl to pry up one edge of old tire, hold it up with your thumb and push the awl the rest of the way through, and pry the old tire off. (be careful not to mare the aluminum wheel with the awl.)
Step 4: Clamp the tire in one spot to the wheel, insert the tire until it will not go on anymore, clamp it at the point, work the tire on with both hands from that point until it is on the wheel, remove clamps, and seat the tire on the wheel. (use clamps that have padded covers where they touch the wheel, again making sure not the mare the wheel.
Step 5: Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for the other wheel.
Step 6: Re-install blade and set tracking and make coplanar adjustments. (hand rotate while setting tracking)
Step 7: Plug the band saw in
Step 8: Start the band saw and make sure it runs true. (It will run quieter as well)
Step 9: Have a nice day.
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