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    Default Need Grinding Wheel Arbor Washers

    I need to find some raised center washers, for grinding wheel arbors. They are steel, 3"D x .110" Th.+- x .500" H. The center area is raised for about 1.150"D.

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    Payson.

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    Sopko doesn't have any ?

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    Thanks Digger.
    These are used on special bench lathes, in the production of musical instruments. What we have a stamped. I'm hoping to pay under $10. Sopkos must be a lot more than that.

    Payson.

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    I usually just turn these to suit on a lathe. Easy enough.

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    Any chance these might do?
    HA6100SP - Baldor - Renewal Part | Galco Industrial Electronics

    yes the OD need trimming.

    or these 2" x .500
    https://www.amazon.com/Grinder-Washe.../dp/B019JPL3WK

    if not having any 3" round stock....One can ream or drill a .500 or 1/2 hole hole in a piece of flat stock, rough/hack it near round, then chuck it on a stub, out of a chuck and turn the diameter and face on a lathe..

    or: Make hole and turn diameter with hack flat stick to near 3" round , then finish on a stub post with a bench grinder. Yes scribe the 3" OD circle off your punch mark for rough-in.


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