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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi a bit tricky this one as far as i am aware ram no longer exist your best bet might be to try a want it now post on e bay someone somewhere is bound to have one ,even if you carn't get a complete manual you might be able to photocopy the pages you need best of luck silk090
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
There are only a few sizes of chuck key. Easiest thing to do is first find a drill bit that fits in the hole where the key goes to determine the size of the pin on the end of the key. (Use the back end of the drill bit.) Then take any other chuck key you have and see how closely it fits or doesn't fit - just as a reference. Take the reference chuck key and the drill bit with you to Sears or any place that sells a good assortment of tools. You will probably be able to determine the correct size key from what they have available very easily. Good luck, Al K
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
go to"milwaukeetool.com and type in your model number, you will also need the serial number to locate the information you requested. You might need to separate the tools and use the base and motor separately but it is there.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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I would chuck a good size steel pin, unlock and swivel your table over to the side, clean both the taper and the socket with brake cleaner spray or electrical contact cleaner (or even Fondu Alcohol Fuel will work) to leave no oil film at all on the parts. Also run a stone around on all the male part taper surface to check for invisible burr spots and dents left when it was tossed around during manufacturing. Dry every bit of cleaner out by waiting or blowing with a hair dryer. Then tap it in with a piece of wood against the steel pin bottom. Professional shops can make the taper match so it will transmit 5 HP or more without spinning or falling out, but many workers today just don't get the quality training or buy the measuring tools to be able to do that. My Chineese machine didn't even have the draw bar threaded with the matching thread to lock in the chuck in for it's milling head, so you know they are not a detail oriented outfit. Great Guns and all facing the one way!
Posted on Dec 17, 2011
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