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What do I need to replace the brushes in Bosch Bulldog 11210VSR

I pulled the brushes out of my bulldog 11210VSR and the spring is fastened to the brush holder. There is a connecting cable fastened to the brush holder as well. The way I see it, I need the brushes, brush holders, and connecting cable. If I order a set of brushes from eReplacementparts.com, will I get all of that? It says the brush holder is obsolete and no longer available, hopefully because they automatically come together. Can anyone help? THanks

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  • aaronehnle Mar 08, 2009

    I would say the brushes were very worn from looking at a picture of new ones. There is only about 1/4" of carbon left or less. There is a groove in the rotor, but I assumed that didnt matter. Thought I'd start with brushes.

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Were the brushes severely worn? It's really only the brush that you need to replace, as long as the spring didn't come into contact with the rotor and get worn.

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    John Aman Mar 08, 2009

    You're right, the groove on the rotor shouldn't matter much, and the holders should be fine.

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