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I can't find a source for parts for this sander (5910).

I have a Milwaukee 5910 4" belt sander. The rear drum(28-95-0055)seems to be worn and doesn't drive the belt well anymore. Also, the base plate (28-72-0030)is worn away and needs to be replaced. I have looked everywhere online that I know to look and have come up empty. Does anyone have any ideas on where to find old hard to find parts? Thanks, Coalloki.

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  • Coalloki May 31, 2009

    Thanks, but although this site lists the parts, the ones I need are listed as "obsolete-not available". Any other ideas?

    Coalloki


  • Coalloki May 31, 2009

    I have no attachment to this tool other than it is better made and more powerful than most of the newer ones. If it can be made "good as new" for the price of a couple of parts, I'm all for it. It would save me a few bucks in the long run. I have looked on Ebay for a donor with no luck. I have also found many websites that sell parts for this model, but the parts I need seem to be the ones that are obsolete.....my luck. I was hoping that somebody here might know of something beyond what Google pops up.....local warehouse.....friend in the business..........etc......
    Thanks,
    Coalloki


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Yes i can help you. here is the link. go there and order what you need.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/milwaukee-sander-parts-c-131_5230.html

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  • Joe Hogan May 31, 2009

    There is always the possibility of going on ebay and looking for one like yours that you can salvage for the parts. On the other hand, unless you have some personal reason to be attached to this tool, you might want to consider several of the new models out there now which are different sizes, lighter, faster, etc. etc. etc., even the rebuilts are good and a real deal.

  • Joe Hogan May 31, 2009

    I share your frustration. I had a wonderful 16" circular saw from craftsman that was over ten years old and had to be trashed because sears doesn't carry parts for their tools beyond the ten year mark.

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