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D-way CBN Wheels

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Jim McLain, May 26, 2018.

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  1. Jim McLain

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    I have two 7 inch radius edge D-Way 180 Grit CBN Wheels with 5/8 inch bushings for sale. They are in very good shape with one receiving a little more use than the other. The two wheels sold for close to $400 new. I will let them go for $100 each with bushing plus shipping or $150 for the pair. If you are interested please feel free to call me a 575-517-6535 or email me at jasjmclain@msn.com.
     

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    Hi Jim, what is the bore size of the bushings?
     
  3. Jim McLain

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    Marc - cannot believe I forgot the bore size but it is 5/8 inch.
     
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    Why are you selling them?
     
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    Well timed bump, Tom. :D
     
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    Hah, I didn't even notice how old it was, just couldn't understand why he wants to get rid of the wheels I use.
     
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    Maybe he wants 8" wheels if he is changing grinders or maybe it's something else. In any case it's a very very good deal IMNSHO.
     
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    Tom - I went to an eight inch wheel 180 and 350 grit. Cannot believe I have not had any interest at that price.
     
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    JIm,

    I am very tempted in the CBN wheels, what would shipping cost to 68025?
     
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    Probably the cheapest shipping would be USPS medium flat rate box at $13.65. A medium box would hold two wheels.
     
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    I wonder if these wheels would fit a Delta Variable speed 8in grinder? Have to say, never seen a 7 in grinder, most are 6 or 8, right?
     
  12. Jim McLain

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    Mike - Looks like Bill answered your question on the shipping.
     
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    Baldor has made a seven inch slow speed grinder for many years. They are not as common as they used to be. Yes the wheels will fit most 8 inch grinders. I think Baldor makes theirs with a 3/4 shaft but most have a 5/8 shaft.
     
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    Email sent.
     
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