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dlane

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My new friend
Should be better than new DP junk when I’m done, CL $50.00 find still in truck , heavier than my Ti floor mod ,
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It dose have the arc of shame but but made in USA.
 

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Nice score. :congrats: and of Corse :you suck:
 

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For 50 bucks??? YOU SUCK!!! I had to pay $450 on CL for mine. Great find! You will not be disappointed!
 

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Should be a good one after some cleaning and ??. My Taiwan floor mod drills triangle holes, I’ll fix that one also.
 

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Got it apart except the spindle it seems ok , I replaced the electric cord to run the motor it started rite up sounded good for a while then started to kinda howell I’ll prob bring it to a motor shop and have them check it out,
but it is a Howell motor I don’t think it should howell. I’ll fix the arc of shame with JB weld unless someone knows a better way ? . It’ll get cleaned up and painted, thinking of filling the collom with cement for stiffness what u think ? .
that’s it for now.
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It is a mod , series 16 sc if that means anything
 

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If you have some grinding chips mix them up in the epoxy it be more realistic then old gray epoxy. Looks like it may be the bottom pulley causing the howling, it's about wore thru. Epoxy it will help that too. Oh I'd add a counterweight in the column with a pulley and sash chain hooked to the table to help adjust it easier. Ck Mr Pete on YouTube easy to do.
 
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The bottom pulley is remains of the belt
 

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How’s the best way to remove motor pulley without damage, there soaking in Blaster now ?
Thanks
 

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How’s the best way to remove motor pulley without damage, there soaking in Blaster now ?
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This is the best way, along with being very, very patient. Any penetrant or oil and lots of time will work really well. Good luck. :encourage:
 

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It’s still going to take some pulling /prying off the motor shaft , it isn’t going to fall off.
I don’t want to damage the pulley or motor, anyone try a little heat ?
 

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Do you have a gear puller that will fit over it?(or make one) Put some load on it with the puller and tap the sides of the pulley without denting the aluminum. If the motor is shot, cut off the shaft and tap out the remainder from the pulley. Does anyone know if that motor is original? The motor on mine is labeled Clausing.
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I don’t like using a puller on pulleys (sheaves), I always try to use a bearing splinter behind the pulley, to put even tension on the pulley rim.
 

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I don’t like using a puller on pulleys (sheaves), I always try to use a bearing splinter behind the pulley, to put even tension on the pulley rim.
But doesn't that put axial load on the motor bearings? In this case they may be shot anyway so your idea is a good one.
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But doesn't that put axial load on the motor bearings? In this case they may be shot anyway so your idea is a good one.
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No, I probably didn’t explain it properly, I put a bearing splitter behind the pulley, then use a puller the pushes on the mtor shaft, while puller jaws, grab the bearing splitter. I just don’t use the puller directly on the pulley.
 

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That makes sense.
How about this idea: lay two steel bars under the pulley with a gap to fit the shaft. Support the bars on blocks and then drive the shaft out with a punch or press. You could notch the bars for a better fit.
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All cleaned up painted , all new bearings in the head, arc of shame JB weld filled filed smooth, new power cord,
.0008 tir on spindle taper, squirted some spindle oil in motor oil ports sounds good now.
I bolted it down to the rolling cart w/locking wheels. Still waiting on new locking collar 1/2” chuck to arrive and need a new 47” belt
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Should be a good one
 

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Well done Dlane. Looks like you gave it a very practical and prominent spot in the shop.
 

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Do you know the number of the spindle bearings in this?

Robert
 

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I replaced mine with Timken p202kdd52 per the invoice, I had my bearings with me at the bearing shop.
The dp is on a rolling cart I mounted the 3ton arbor press and the Reed vise behind the dp so I can get them out of the way.
 

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Hmmm. a search for that yields nothing? Even on Timken's site. I believe this may be a 6202 bearing.
Robert
 

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Ya I had my bearings with me and they matched them , looking at the invoice again I left off a couple #s try this
P202kdd5217p, but 6202 sounds rite
 
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