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    Default carcass of Darex M-series, 2 good chucks

    If you don't want to buy this, do you have any of the parts I'm missing? If so, please contact me with details.

    Darex M5 for parts - tools - by owner - sale

    Shipping the whole thing might cost a bit.

    The motor runs smoothly but needs a bearing.
    The web thinner/point splitter is missing a knob (could be made)
    The regular grinding bit has been bashed somehow and some critical parts are bust. Have to scrounge that part somewhere else.
    The work lamp works fine.
    The indexing fixture works fine.
    Both chucks turn. Not 100% smoothly, but they do work. They will last a long time but you have to take care of them.

    Located in Kirkland, Washington across the lake from Seattle.

    metalmagpie
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    If you still need them, what parts do you want? I have a Darex M4/M5 drill chuck holder and setter to sell. It's shop-mounted on an aluminum plate, presumably for a surface or tool & cutter grinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henry View Post
    If you still need them, what parts do you want? I have a Darex M4/M5 drill chuck holder and setter to sell. It's shop-mounted on an aluminum plate, presumably for a surface or tool & cutter grinder.
    Thank you, Mike. The Darex stuff has sold.

    If you have a complete M-series setup, I would offer it for sale locally. I believe these are still in great demand.

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