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    Delta Homecraft Jointer parts

    Hi,

    I'm trying to get my grandfather's old 4" jointer back up and running. Its a Delta Homecraft Jointer Model No. 37-110.

    The pulley that attaches to the cutter assembly is broken. I've done some checking locally and learned that the 9/16" arbor is now an odd size. Anyone know where I can get a replacement part?

    Thanks,
    Matt

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    Matt have you tried here ...this is the Delta porter cable Dewalt service center. You might find the part here. If you dont have a manual with the part number look it up on this site too. Best of luck
    cheers

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    what is the standard pulley size 1/2 "or 5/8 "
    a 1/2" pulley bore can be open up to 9/16"
    5/8" pulley will need a sleeve










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    Quote Originally Posted by ray hampton View Post
    what is the standard pulley size 1/2 "or 5/8 "
    a 1/2" pulley bore can be open up to 9/16"
    5/8" pulley will need a sleeve

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    I agree, reem out the 1/2" to 9/16",, easy enough. Or a bronze bushing will allow the 5/8" to fit 9/16"

    I have one of those Joiners and never noticed it was a 9/16" willcheck tomorrow. I bet your local Hardware store can order the parts to fix it or the correct bore diameter. Not the BORG or Blue store but a real hardware store.

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    Thanks for the suggestions.

    It looks like I'm going to go with plan B and rebore/shim out a pulley to get this working again. Was hoping to get the right part, but doesn't look like I'll find it.

    Thanks,
    Matt

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    I check over at OWWM. Just be warned they are a crotchy bunch of codgers, but odds are you can find someone with what you need or a source for it.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. I ended up getting lucky & finding one of these jointers (missing a few pieces) up for auction at a very low price. I've now got the pulley I need & a host of backup parts for years to come!

    -Matt

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    well spare parts is always good to have on ole iron
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