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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#197935 by Rickk » Wed Nov 25, 2015 6:03 am

Thanks JPG!!! The pic that says Adjuster.jpg is what I am questioning. The only movement I have is the slot that the round adjustment knob/ wheel can move in the little slot. Is the threaded stem suppose to travel through the knob?

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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#197943 by JPG » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:30 am

Rickk wrote:Thanks JPG!!! The pic that says Adjuster.jpg is what I am questioning. The only movement I have is the slot that the round adjustment knob/ wheel can move in the little slot. Is the threaded stem suppose to travel through the knob?


It would seem that your thumb wheel is 'stuck' on the threaded rod. The wheel has holes that allow insertion of the SS toolkit to aid in turning it. Try moving the wheel further with the 5/32" 'tool kit'.

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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#208070 by lyall » Fri Mar 18, 2016 6:27 pm

JPG did a great job posting Reassembling a Belt Sander 6 X 48
I thought I would try to make a pdf file of his posts on it.

I hope you all like it. I had to make two files for it ( over the 2MB upload).

SS Belt sander assembly by JPG (part 1).pdf
(1.7 MiB) Downloaded 293 times


SS Belt sander assembly by JPG (part 2).pdf
(1.85 MiB) Downloaded 269 times

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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#208073 by wrmnfzy » Fri Mar 18, 2016 6:46 pm

Thank you, I don't need (won't do it right now) it right now but know I will.

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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#208119 by BuckeyeDennis » Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:31 am

lyall wrote:JPG did a great job posting Reassembling a Belt Sander 6 X 48
I thought I would try to make a pdf file of his posts on it.

I hope you all like it. I had to make two files for it ( over the 2MB upload).

SS Belt sander assembly by JPG (part 1).pdf


SS Belt sander assembly by JPG (part 2).pdf


Awesome! My thanks to both you and JPG.

I have an eBay belt sander, still in the shipping box, that I need to go through before putting it into service. This should make that chore a lot easier!

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Re: Reassembling a Belt Sander 6x48

#208121 by reible » Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:35 am

This I'm sure will come in handy when I finally get to taking mine apart and well the reassembling for sure. I haven't used it the last couple of years because it needs a tune up and I keep finding other things todo, so I'm hoping this year will be the year for it.

Thanks,

Ed

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