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Where can I purchase a drive gear for a Bosser 160X paper shredder?

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I am needing the same plastic drive -pinion gear.... mine is stripped and i can t find ANY searches for parts or a Service manual with a parts diagram blow up.. Does anyone have a clue how to get a new gear??

Posted on Jan 15, 2017

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SOURCE: Office max paper shredder

You need to find out who made the shreddr, Fellows, GBC, etc. parts are available to brand name machines...

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Broken teeth on drive gear wheels Taros paper shredder Taros 31.8

New gears are $88.50 plus freight. You won't find any used gears because these usually break first. I can help.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: order main drive gear for geha paper shredder

This is how a got my hard to fine gear!

Contact Michael Business Machines for your local dealer 1-800-223-2508

Good luck, Tom

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Paper Shredder blades do not turn, even though motor is running

yes, it's the plastic gear that's shredded in this shredder. the drive gear on the motor is metal, as are the gears attached to blades. between is a single plastic gear which is chewed up the instant resistance is great enough. fabulous engineering. not a difficult fix, but where does one find the replacement part?

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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This Shredder is an Aurora AS650C Rebranded for Walmart as Durabrand. You can call Aurora at 800-327-8508 8-5 PST and tell them that you need one of the plastic gears for the WM6X Durabrand, they know exactly what your talking about, and will offer you two gears. The one that is in contact with the drive motor is gear "A" and the Plastc reduction gear that drives the steel gears is gear "B" Hope this helps

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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