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Re: Duracraft BS

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  • oldhermit
    Is there a specialty bearing store in your area? Harold
    Message 1 of 13 , Apr 2, 2013
      Is there a specialty bearing store in your area?
      Harold

      --- In 4x6bandsaw@yahoogroups.com, "rickc6464" <rickc@...> wrote:
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      > Did get the bearing for the back of the blade, but side bearings still a work in progress. Went to an auto electric repair, no go.
      > Bearing in question; needle bearing, OD .865, (22mm) ID/shaft dia. .471 (12mm), OAL .470. There is a small counter bore each end, & a spacer goes in one end, head of "shoulder bolt" fits into the other end. I assume these ride on the inner race of bearing.
      > Thanks
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      > --- In 4x6bandsaw@yahoogroups.com, "cannontandem" <cannontandem@> wrote:
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      > > What are the dimensions of the two bearings? Paul M
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      > > --- In 4x6bandsaw@yahoogroups.com, "rickc6464" <rickc@> wrote:
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      > > > Hello, I'm new here and just picked up a Duracraft BS. It's in fair shape, for as old as it is. ??
      > > > Made in Taiwan, and all the fasteners I've messed with are SAE, were older equipment made to US spec? Or have they been changed out. I talking even the tapped holes in the castings.
      > > > The motor is a Duracraft, made by Doerr Electric, as far as I know, that name changed in 1977 to Leeson. Any contradictions?
      > > > On another site, the suggestion to replace the blade guide bearings was to go to Grizzly. Griz uses one bearing along the side of the blade and the same on the back. Mine are two different bearings.
      > > > NAPA was not much help at 15 bucks a bearing, and only had one in the book, not both, could special order the one.
      > > > HEP, please.
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