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Re: V-belt replacement

#258022 by roneg » Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:47 pm

Are we looking at the same postings JPG?

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258024 by roneg » Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:29 pm

roneg wrote:
Couple of things I noticed, with the parts exposed upon motor removal. The switch wires have been coming in contact with some moving object (rubed through insulation)..I'm guessing Main belt. Is there some diagram, or routing..wire clip, or suggestions? Also since there is no color coding on my motor wires, and none on the pig tail what is the proper way to wire the (new switch), to motor? I will be installing a new/used pigtail with quick dis-connect connectors Blk, Wht, Grn also.

Found this pix in the "google Drive" Buying a used shopsmith.

I have seen no other reference to it it's not in the parts explode.

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258057 by roneg » Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:57 pm

There is actually a clip that attaches to one of the control quadrant screws. I don't see it on the parts explode. I noticed it on a 1989 machine I just bought. Anyone know the part number?

I could try and "jimmy rig" something, but prefer the OEM item.

Thanks,
Ron

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258061 by JPG » Sun Mar 17, 2019 8:21 pm

There is no vintage accurate item. I would 'settle' for using plastic cable tie(s). That 'clip' was a thin piece of aluminum with a slot in one end for the other end to be inserted after wrapping around the wires. I consider the plastic wire ties to be an improvement.

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258066 by roneg » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:30 pm

Hum..that would serve to gather them together but not much in the way of keeping them away from moving parts.
The newer model 510 has a retainer clip that seems to screw in along with one of the three speed control assembly screws..thereby pinning the wires to the side and away from afore mentioned moving parts. Have no clue what the part number is.

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258077 by JPG » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:22 am

Cable ties with a mounting hole do exist. ;)

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258080 by roneg » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:35 am

Oh yes, of course..some reason my mind went to standard "wire ties". Sorry JPG. That was actually a brilliant suggestion. Sometimes..the simplest things elude me! :eek:

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258082 by JPG » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:41 am

roneg wrote:Oh yes, of course..some reason my mind went to standard "wire ties". Sorry JPG. That was actually a brilliant suggestion. Sometimes..the simplest things elude me! :eek:


Totally reasonable and completely understandable. ;)

Now about another pix? This 'issue' bugs me. I do not like things I do not completely understand.

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258087 by BuckeyeDennis » Mon Mar 18, 2019 11:31 am

JPG wrote:... I do not like things I do not completely understand.


Then I must assume that you don't like women! :D

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Re: V-belt replacement

#258120 by JPG » Mon Mar 18, 2019 8:25 pm

BuckeyeDennis wrote:
JPG wrote:... I do not like things I do not completely understand.


Then I must assume that you don't like women! :D


Touche!

In that case it is a part time thingie. :D

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