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    Default I need a carriage handle

    I need a carriage handle for a Rivett 1020S. The diameter is approximately 8" with an offset of between 3 3/4" and 4". The center hole is 19/32". If you know of any hand wheels off of other machinery with close to these dimensions, I would appreciate it if you would let me know.


    thanks,

    John

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    If you dont need an exact replacment, might try Reids for handwheels; there's some that are dished.

    Industrial Hand Wheels

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    I have looked at Reids and a few others that I found on the internet. Would really like to find one with a little more offset.

    thanks,

    John

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    Does anybody know of a hand wheel on other machines that is close to these dimensions?

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    Rivett made at least two different versions of this handwheel.

    In the early machines the handwheel can be pulled toward the operator to de-couple it from the carriage movement to prevent the handwheel from spinning and possibly striking the operator.

    Later 1020S units dropped this feature and I don't think 1020F units had this either.

    The bores of the two units are different; part of the decoupling mechanism is in the bore area of the units that de-couple.

    I have an extra one of the de-coupling style handwheels that I could sell, but I don't expect to be able to uncover and access that part for several months as it is in deep storage (laugh).

    JT

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    JT, I would like to buy the hand wheel. I will send you a private message with my contact info.

    thanks,

    John


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