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I decided that i wanted to replace my coarse grinding wheel with a wire bruch one. Got the 6" B&D wire wheel, took the other wheel off (took forever to get that off) & now I see that the new wire wheel has a bigger radius hole than my grinders shaft. Now what?? Can I put a busing or something into the wire wheel?

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Usually a new wire wheel comes with different size bushing just for the problem you are describing. Either that or take it back and get one specifically for your tool.

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