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The spindle lock should be a short rod that sticks out on the motor side of the saw. Push this in and rotate the blade until the rod pushes in and locks the spindle. This will hold it tight so you can use a wrench on the nut that holds the blade on.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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How do you lock the blade to change it on a skilsaw model 5500


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I don't know the model of saw you have but they are made for fairly rapid and uncomplicated blade changes as users will change the blade fairly often as they cut different materials.

Some saws have a spindle lock which once engaged means the bolt retaining the blade can be loosened with a single wrench and some saws need the spindle holding with a second wrench which is usually fairly thin, in the order of 3 or 4mm, to engage on two narrow flats machined on the spindle.

The blade changing process is a fairly intuitive one and if you take the time to turn the saw over and observe how it is assembled I think you will soon get the idea.

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I've changed rotors before but never on a 4 wheel drive. Could you tell me how to on a 1989 ford ranger?


Brake Rotor (Disc) - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Loosen the wheel lug nuts.
  2. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support on jackstands.
  3. Remove the wheel and tire.
  4. Remove the brake caliper assembly as described earlier in this section, but do not disconnect the brake hose.
  5. Suspend the caliper assembly by a piece of wire. Do not allow it to hang by the brake hose.
  6. Follow the procedure given under wheel bearing removal in Suspension and Steering for models with manual and automatic locking hubs (lines down).
New rotor assemblies come protected with an anti-rust coating which should be removed with denatured alcohol or degreaser. New hubs must be packed with EP wheel bearing grease.
  1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.


Front Wheel Bearings - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1 )


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Fig. 1: Inspect the bearings for abnormal wear and/or damage



With Manual Locking Hubs
(see Figures 2 through 17)

  1. Raise the vehicle and install jackstands.
  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  3. Remove the retainer washers from the lug nut studs and remove the manual locking hub assembly from the spindle.
  4. Remove the snapring and spacer from the end of the spindle shaft.
  5. Remove the outer wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  6. Remove the locknut washer from the spindle.
  7. Remove the inner wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  8. Remove the outer bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub. Remove the hub and rotor from the spindle.
  9. Using seal removal tool 1175-AC or equivalent remove and discard the grease seal. Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub.
  10. Clean the inner and outer bearing assemblies in solvent. Inspect the bearings and the cones for wear and damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
  11. If the cups are worn or damaged, remove them with front hub remover tool T81P-1104-C and tool T77F-1102-A or equivalent.
  12. Wipe the old grease from the spindle. Check the spindle for excessive wear or damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
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Fig. 2: Before beginning the wheel bearing removal, and after the outer hub is removed, wipe off any excess grease

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Fig. 3: After the grease is wiped off, remove the axle shaft snapring ...

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Fig. 4: ... then pull the splined spacer from the axle shaft end

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Fig. 5: Use a 4 pronged socket to loosen the outer wheel bearing locknut ...

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Fig. 6: ... then remove the outer locknut

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Fig. 7: Remove the lockwasher from behind the outer locknut ...

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Fig. 8: ... then loosen and remove the inner locknut-note the lockwasher engagement pin (arrow)

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Fig. 9: While pushing inwards on the rotor/hub assembly, remove the outer wheel bearing ...

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Fig. 10: ... then pull the rotor/hub assembly from the spindle, taking care not to scratch the bearing cups in the hub

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Fig. 11: Pry out the grease seal on the back of the rotor/hub assembly ...

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Fig. 12: ... then remove the inner wheel bearing. Thoroughly clean and inspect all of the parts for wear or damage





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Screw a starting pin ( see manual) into the base plate then cut a small block of wood that engages the face of the cutter and the starting pin. This locks the spindle and stops it moving. Use the supplied spanner and tap with a mallet. Tap the cutter to loosen it. Dave and Graham.

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Change grinder wheel to dw 400


Easy enough....

1. Be sure the guard assembly is securely attached to the gear case.

2. Put the backing flange onto the tool spindle

3. Place the depressed center wheel on the tool spindle as shown.

4. Thread the threaded clamp nut on tool spindle as shown.


5. Hold the tool spindle by engaging the spindle lock pin, and tighten clamp washer with wrench

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I cannot get the tool to lock.


unplug tool and rotate the spindle by hand to engage the first lock and then rotate the second and depress, it this fails the locking mechanism might be worn enough not to engage in the collet nut. What I would do then is go to Dewaltservicenet.com and download a schematic for the tool and you can see how to disassemble the locking mechanism to get to the collet nut. Let me know if you need help before voting please. Thanks

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Can't find my owners manual. How do I change the blade. Bolt hits on a guard that covers the arbor. On a DW713 combination saw.


Removing the Blade
1. Unplug the saw.
2. Raise the arm to the upper position and raise the lower guard as far as possible.
3. Loosen, but do not remove guard bracket screw until the bracket can be raised far
enough to access the blade screw. Lower guard will remain raised due to the position
of the guard bracket screw.
4. Depress the spindle lock button (Fig. 3) while carefully rotating the saw blade by hand
until the lock engages
5. Keeping the button depressed, use the other hand and
the wrench provided to loosen the blade screw. (Turn
clockwise, left-hand threads.)
6. Remove the blade screw, outer blade clamp, and
blade. The inner blade clamp may be left on the
spindle.
Installing a Blade
1. Unplug the saw.
2. With the arm raised, the lower guard held open and the
guard bracket, place the blade on the spindle against
the inner blade clamp with the teeth at the bottom of
the blade pointing toward the back of the saw.
3. Assemble the outer blade clamp onto the spindle.
4. Install the blade screw and, engaging the spindle lock,
tighten the screw firmly with wrench provided. (Turn
counterclockwise, left-hand threads.)
5. Return the guard bracket to its original position and
firmly tighten the guard bracket screw to hold bracket
in place.
WARNING:
• The guard bracket must be returned
to its original position and the
screw tightened before activating
the saw.
• Failure to do so may allow the guard
to contact the spinning saw blade
resulting in damage to the saw and
severe personal injury
you can download a manual at: http://www.dewalt.com/tools/machinery-miter-saws-dw713.aspx

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if the pto bearing is locked up it will stop a motor dead this is a common problem. You will have to get a new clutch assemble. The other thing that it could be is the deck has a locked up spindle.

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Are you sure it is the correct bobbin case ? If it is check the spindle it slides onto and make sure there is not a bit of lint or cotton on there, this will cause it to not engage the locking latch correctly. Also is the bobbin is not the correct one, or is bent it will not lock in correctly. The other thing to do is put a drop of oild on the spindle the bobbin case slides onto.

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My 4x4 won't engage except if u get out and lock the hubs on my f-350 2006


you must have those vacume operated automatic locking hubs that can be manuely locked.switch the truck to 4x4 operation. and get behind the front wheels ,pull of the vacume hose at the back of the spindle to see if engine vacume is getting down to the hubs at all.with the truck running you should have 18 to 20 inchs of vacume at each hose. if no vacume is felt. check the soleinoid behind the right head light for switching vacume down to the spindles. if there is vacume the problem is in the hubs themselves.

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