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How to put together the drive shaft assembly on a Grob 4V - 36 vertical band saw

How to re-assemble the drive shaft assembly on a Grob 4V-36 vertical band saw

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I suggest you to check the operators manual. If in case you don't have the manual, contact Grob's technical assistance or you can get a manual available online. I got old manuals from bandsawmanuals.com but they don't have available manual for 4v-36 . By the way, I like the solid build saws from Grob, what's your usual cutting workload? I have 7x12 band saw with a Haltbar band saw blade from sawblade.com ,I cut structural steel, channel, angle, tube, plate, pipe, round bar,

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