WTB... hand held crankshaft polisher

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WTB... hand held crankshaft polisher

Post by Chipped tooth » Fri Apr 08, 2016 3:34 pm

Looking for a cheap electric hand held crankshaft polisher that will accept up to 72"x1" belt

Mine ended up under the forklift..... Don't ask!

Pm or call 651-764-0638

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Re: WTB... hand held crankshaft polisher

Post by ProPower engines » Sat Apr 09, 2016 1:20 pm

Try the equipment dealers they will have something.
Specific belt size may be an issue but belts are dirt cheap anyway. Jamieson, Barks, Farris equip. ect will have something.
They are all on ebay as well
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Re: WTB... hand held crankshaft polisher

Post by Chipped tooth » Mon Apr 11, 2016 1:59 am

I've checked them out, price is about same as new...

Might have to fix mine...

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Re: WTB... hand held crankshaft polisher

Post by kkustomz » Mon Apr 11, 2016 9:00 am

If the rollers are still good make one.
After The electric motor crapped out on our old polisher, there was no way I was going to spend what they wanted for a replacement motor (around $500 I believe) so I made a couple trips around town and end up buying a $100 Makita router with variable speed , making a adapter plate and was back in business. It gets so old how most of "automotive" equipment is so expensive and its the lowest paying "machinist" field to be in.

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