What are you looking for? I have some fine bristled steel wheels about 1" OD with 1/4" arbor hole. Works really well on my chip brush. I can send you a couple. PM me your address.Looking for a couple brushes. I found one site but they wanted $10 shipping for a $3 brush.
Any other ideas?
See the chips on the guide bearings? Keeping them off of there, and off the faces of the the drive and driven gears, is what this is all about. For that you need to have brushes at the sides of the blades, so the chips don't get rolled and smashed into sticking to things. I suppose keeping chips out of the teeth might help, but I have never seen trouble from that issue, though it couldn't hurt to keep them out of the blade gullets. Three brushes total, well after the cut to be away from gathering more chips, and before the drive wheel, seems to make the most sense to me.
They're fine, just camera angle.I could be wrong but looks like the guide bearings are ridding on the teeth,
Thanks Bob. I was under the impression that the point was to clear chips from the teeth so it doesn't pack up, stop cutting, and get dull from rubbing.See the chips on the guide bearings? Keeping them off of there, and off the faces of the the drive and driven gears, is what this is all about.