Question about Drills
Need a service manual for my dp and am needing to replace my chuck after my kids misplaced it.. The universal from Lowe's and home depot don't work, neither does the one from sears or Wal-Mart.. Any help you can provide is welcome thanks....
I have the same model and like you I am also missing the manual and the key chuck. The chuck keys mentioned by others will not work. Trust me. Your arbor is MT2 and the chuck if original should be a 3-16 mm JT3 chuck. Your pilot hole is 5/16". Search for chuck key model 3651 that should do it. If this helps I would really appreciate your help if you can. https://www.gofundme.com/recycling-plastic-campaign
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the part number I found is BT1029-0038 for the quill spring and you can contact them at 1-800-227-9603 and see about ordering the part. If I have helped you would you please rate this response accordingly and thank you.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
You can get a universal chuck key at Home Depot, Lowes and many other tool outlets. They have 4 different keys in one.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Most drill presses are very similar and simple. Here is the parts list for yours and here is a manual from Pioneer that shows several models. You should be able to follow the instructions for the Pioneer model that is similar to yours. Compare the parts lists if you encounter differences in the details.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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you should be able to find a universal key that has four keys on it. ace hardware or local hardware should have it. if not call your local tool store to see what they have for similar chucks.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
I would chuck a good size steel pin, unlock and swivel your table over to the side, clean both the taper and the socket with brake cleaner spray or electrical contact cleaner (or even Fondu Alcohol Fuel will work) to leave no oil film at all on the parts. Also run a stone around on all the male part taper surface to check for invisible burr spots and dents left when it was tossed around during manufacturing. Dry every bit of cleaner out by waiting or blowing with a hair dryer. Then tap it in with a piece of wood against the steel pin bottom. Professional shops can make the taper match so it will transmit 5 HP or more without spinning or falling out, but many workers today just don't get the quality training or buy the measuring tools to be able to do that. My Chineese machine didn't even have the draw bar threaded with the matching thread to lock in the chuck in for it's milling head, so you know they are not a detail oriented outfit. Great Guns and all facing the one way!
Posted on Dec 17, 2011
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