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How to replce head bearing on angle grinder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should be ablt to find it at anylowes or home depot.If for some reason thet do not have one I would call the local industrial distributor like grainger or msc
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Follow this link: http://www.irtechpubs.com/ir_pdfs/Tools/Finishing%20-%20Surface%20Prep/Air%20Grinders/04581237_ed5.pdf
On page 5 of this publication you will find 2 sets of bevel gear and pinions. You need to know which model grinder you have in order to get the right set. The different models are G2E, G2A, and G2L. On page 4 you will see the diagram for the right angle. You may be able to match up by sight which one you have. If you have the A or L you need to know the rpms of your model to get the right set.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
i used to grab the armature and tap the housing off with a rubber hammer...
try tapping in opposite corners every time....
when it does fall have a cushion ready on the bench or floor to catch it...
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
The Grinders are made by TTI they will be able to get you replacement brushes. But to be perfectly honest its not worth repairing a 4" Ryobi they have a rather short lifespan and are not balanced very well. The cost of brushes and shipping may be very close to that of a new grinder, espicially if you need a new armature.
TTI can be found here:
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
SOURCE: Because it seemed to be
The manufacturer never made any parts available means the manufacturer never released any exploded views either. No need to create/publish parts diagrams if no parts are going to be sold. Sorry.
As far as your lost ball bearing, you may be most successful at a bicycle store. They commonly handle loose ball bearing and, if they are good, should be able to measure one for you and sell you a replacement. Most hardware stores only sell bearings that are sealed or in a set (cage). Most autoparts stores are also limited to cage bearing sets.
Good luck getting it back together. However, if it needed to be taken apart and the manufacturer views the product as "disposable" (since they don't sell parts), then you might want to limit your anger and losses and just buy a replacement grinder.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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