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I have a wobble at the chuck, seperated from the arbor the arbor it's self doesn't appear to be the problem when running alone. where should i be looking to correct this.

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I would look at the taper shaft and the chuck jaws/chuck for the problem, Ii is very seldom that the internal socket for a tapered chuck/arbor to be bad it has to be on the outside.

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