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    Default Surface grinder hubs

    I have a bunch of surface grinder hubs that are now surplus to my needs.

    - 9x standard hubs (LH thread, approx 2-1/4" OD, 1" ID at big end). One of them has an oversized (3") locking nut
    - 2x RH thread, 2-1/4" OD, 1" ID at big end. One has a few dings on the face that should be stoned flat.
    - 2x odd smaller ones, I'm guessing for a tool and cutter grinder (see picture).
    - I also have 3 "inner halves" of LH hubs i.e. everything except the locking nuts.

    All appear to be in decent usable condition, though would benefit from cleaning.

    Asking $30 each + shipping for the complete hubs, $15 each + shipping for the incomplete hubs. If someone wants the lot, I'd take $375 shipped.

    Thanks,

    Lee


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    I would probably be interested in 1. Let me see which kind mine takes. I can never remember. Does these have the adjustable weights on the back?

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    Is there a standard spindle? I've got an Okamoto and no hubs. If they would fit I would be interested in the lot.

    Tim

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    Hi Tim,

    I guess "standard" is a stretch, but I think the most common spindle for surface grinders fits the hubs with LH thread, 3TPF, 1" ID at the big end. Like these models 200-1 from sopko:

    William Sopko & Sons Co., Inc - Standard Taper Wheel Adapters

    I'm not sure what the Okamoto takes, perhaps someone on here can advise.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesturf View Post
    I would probably be interested in 1. Let me see which kind mine takes. I can never remember. Does these have the adjustable weights on the back?
    Hi, there are no adjustable weights on these. I might be wrong, but I thought they were only necessary for the bigger hubs / bigger wheels?

    Lee

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    If they'd fit an old Thompson 8x24, I'd take a few....

    Perhaps I should go check?

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    Sending PM for 2 LH and the 2 odd-balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    I might be wrong, but I thought they were only necessary for the bigger hubs / bigger wheels?

    Lee
    Anything that spins on any type of machine can benefit from balancing. To balance small grinding wheels it is often necessary to peck small dimples in the side of the wheel with a carbide masonry bit. No hammer drills, and make sure it still rings after (although muted with the hub attached)

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    What is the big ens ID on the small ones? RH or LH thread?

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    Sorry, the 2 smaller ones are sold pending payment.

    What's left:

    7x LH hubs
    2x RH hubs
    3x inner halves

    Thanks

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    can you send me pictures to [email protected] of the right hand ones, back and front please. thanks

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    Pictures sent, thanks

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    Bump. Still available:

    7x LH hubs
    2x RH hubs
    3x inner halves

    Lee

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    Do you have any of the 2 1/4 left hand hubs left? I have a Norton S-3 surface grinder and could use some hubs, as I only have the one on the machine.


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