I looked up wheels before I saw you were given some sources. But: be
careful out there.Â The 4" D Norton wheels are rated at 6000 and 8000RPM
while the grinder (which is the beefiest damn one I've ever seen) says
it is 12000.Â There is a 3" at just under 11K RPM max:
Oh, and type 1 just means the wheel is the same thickness throughout: no
depressed or offset center, etc.
Mark Miller 707-490-5834
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> Hello all,
> Not sure why this is a problem, but I have this grinder...
> And no, I didn't pay $1200 for it (I paid $35)
> It is AWESOME and has a great grinding wheel on it. I need to get a
> replacement wheel, but I can't find anything like it.
> The wheel I have looks like 5 separate wheels glued together on a single
> homemade spindle. But I know they must sell replacement wheel.
> All the documentation just states to use "Type 1" wheels.
> wheel is 4"X1" thick and 1/2" arbor.
> Can someone help me find this?
> I've been calling companies that sell the grinder and if they do answer
> the phone, it's a person that has no idea where to get them. No site I
> can mentions replacement wheel.
> Thanks in advance!
> "Be as beneficent as the sun or the sea, but if your rights as a rational
> being are trenched on, die on the first inch of your territory." Ralph
> Waldo Emerson
> -Who is John Galt?
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