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#1 posted 10-26-2017 05:45 PM

The story behind my planer is I picked it up dirt cheap because somehow a previous owner brock off the sprocket end shaft on the left roller. He gave the machine to someone that then sold it to me to rebuild. He was not sure how it brock off. Because I was missing the chain, sprocket, and tensioner I planned on replacing the sprockets with the chain. So I had already ordered the small “cheaper” stuff like the roller bearing metal cover that was missing and screw. I did not think about replacing the roller bearings. Educate me! How are the bearing on this machine? Is it something I should go through the machine and re-lube them all up? Are they sealed bearing? Once again asking for advice.

Brad M


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