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Author Topic: Replacing the bandwheel bearings  (Read 179 times)

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Offline mattyo5

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Replacing the bandwheel bearings
« on: February 28, 2017, 10:35:04 pm »
Just did a vid on replacing the bandwheel bearings.  I noticed a vibration as I sped up the mill, and as it came back to a stop ...  like something was wobbling.  I guessed that it was the non-driven side.  I was right.   Haven't run it yet this season, just did this a couple days ago.   Need TWO bearings per bandwheel.   SKF 6305 2RS 1C3 is the part you need. 



gonna post this in the general sawmill forum too
Woodland Mills HM126 Sawmill - modded
Husqvarna 385xp rebuilt and ported
Husqvarna 372xp rebuilt and ported
2x Husqvarna 350 ...rebuilt and ported
Hitachi CS33etdb top handle saw

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Re: Replacing the bandwheel bearings
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 06:36:33 pm »
Did the driven side today:

Woodland Mills HM126 Sawmill - modded
Husqvarna 385xp rebuilt and ported
Husqvarna 372xp rebuilt and ported
2x Husqvarna 350 ...rebuilt and ported
Hitachi CS33etdb top handle saw