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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are other manuals/parts lists for that press on the same site.
Good luck with the restoration!
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: ryobi spare parts
Unless you have the part in hand, which you could take to a specialized machinery or spring supplier to see if they could match it up, the only other way to get the correct part is to contact ryobi direct and talk to their parts department. They will be able to tell you the part number, and if available, send you one out direct from their warehouses.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you very much for taking time to help! I have phoned Bunnings who I think are now the only suppliers of Ryobi in AU who are sending a spare. "
the part number I found is BT1029-0038 for the quill spring and you can contact them at 1-800-227-9603 and see about ordering the part. If I have helped you would you please rate this response accordingly and thank you.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
To correct that 2 degree angle, there is often an allen screw at the bottom of the table swivel. Look where the nut to loosen the table is. Under it is an allen head screw. loosen the table swivel a bit and turn that in an eight of a turn at a time, re tighten then remeasure.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: chuck falls out of drill press
There is a long tapered hole in the spindle of the press known as a Morse taper. It holds a 6 or 8 inch morse taper arbor which is attached to the drill chuck. This is made to be removed frequently by putting a wedge shaped key into a horizontal hole in the drill press and giving it a little tap. This is for making tool change that involve removing the chuck. If you had two such tools (say two different style chucks) they would each have their own dedicated morse taper arbor. But there is also a short tapered cyclinder on the chuck end of the morse taper arbor, with a matching hole in the back of th chuck. This is not intended to come apart frequently, but it can be disassembled. I'm not sure which one is coming apart, but regardless of which one it is, you might try this fix. Clean up any bumps at all on the oustide of the taper and inside the hole with sandpaper 200 - 300 grit. Use a dowel to hold the sandpaper in the hole, and use the motor to spin it. --- JUST BE CAREFUL that if it grabs that it doesn't grab you! Once it's all cleaned up, you can you the press aspect of the drill press to seat it in place. You also might have to replace the arbor. They don't cost all that much and are available from Grizzly.com. You specify the particular taper for BOTH ends of the arbor. The long end is a Morse 2,3 or 4, and the short end is specific to the drill chuck manufacturer, like JT-2 (Jacobs chuck taper 2). Write back if you need more help.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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