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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
1Chip Cover Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 152139-6
Discontinued
N/A
2Gauge Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 323700-8
Discontinued
N/A
3
Main Frame
Part #: 156486-7
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $768.95
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5Switch ABK266
Part #: 651757-2
In stock
4 available
 $30.67
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7Pan Head Screw M5X12
Part #: 911211-1
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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8Spring Pin 4-18
Part #: 951113-9
In stock
3 available
 $1.33
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9Lever 50
Part #: 272208-8
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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10Bush 10
Part #: 313026-6
In stock
2 available
 $8.93
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11Compression Spring 11
Part #: 231226-5
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
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12Lock Pin Obsolete - Limited Quantity
Part #: 323701-6
In stock
1 available
 $7.56
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13Pan Head Screw M5X20
Part #: 911231-5
In stock
6 available
 $1.99
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14
Belt Cover
Part #: 164483-9
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $29.87
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15Tapping Screw 5X35
Part #: 911256-9
In stock
5 available
 $0.99
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16Pan Head Screw M5X10
Part #: 911206-4
In stock
17 available
 $0.99
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17
Belt Cover Stay
Part #: 342550-2
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $21.40
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
18Scale Bar Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 155344-4
Discontinued
N/A
19Pan Head Screw M5X14
Part #: 911216-1
In stock
23 available
 $0.99
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20Rivet 0-5
Part #: 953106-2
In stock
20 available
 $0.99
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21
Name Plate 2040
Part #: 815142-5
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $3.60
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22Pan Head Screw M5X14
Part #: 911216-1
In stock
23 available
 $0.99
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23Pressure Plate
Part #: 164499-4
In stock
2 available
 $47.95
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24Pan Head Screw M5X14
Part #: 911216-1
In stock
23 available
 $0.99
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25Chip Breaker
Part #: 164493-6
In stock
2 available
 $64.43
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26Pan Head Screw M5X10
Part #: 911206-4
In stock
17 available
 $0.99
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27Chain Cover Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 3433171
Discontinued
N/A
28Retaining Ring S-12
Part #: 961052-5
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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29Flat Washer 12
Part #: 253759-0
In stock
4 available
 $1.49
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30Tension Roller
Part #: 323407-6
In stock
3 available
 $12.02
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31
Needle Bearing 1212
Needle Bearing 1212
Part #: 212104-8
In stock
11 available
 $8.93
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32Flat Washer 12
Part #: 253759-0
In stock
4 available
 $1.49
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33Tension Core
Part #: 333131-3
In stock
2 available
 $28.61
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34Retaining Ring S-12
Part #: 961052-5
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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35Sprocket 15
Part #: 221503-3
In stock
12 available
 $16.48
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36Gear Housing
Part #: 156458-2
In stock
2 available
 $93.96
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37Flat Washer 12
Part #: 253759-0
In stock
4 available
 $1.49
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38Gear 13-61
Part #: 226042-8
In stock
2 available
 $56.42
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39Flat Washer 12
Part #: 253759-0
In stock
4 available
 $1.49
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40Flat Washer 14
Part #: 253760-5
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
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41Helical Gear 69
Part #: 221645-3
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $36.05
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42Woodruff Key 4
Part #: 254001-2
In stock
6 available
 $2.99
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43Driving Shaft
Part #: 325580-8
In stock
2 available
 $19.45
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44Flat Washer 14
Part #: 253760-5
In stock
2 available
 $1.49
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45Flat Washer 10
Part #: 253758-2
In stock
7 available
 $2.99
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46Gear 11-73
Part #: 226041-0
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $51.72
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47Flat Washer 10
Part #: 253758-2
In stock
7 available
 $2.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
48Hook
Part #: 342540-5
In stock
1 available
 $1.10
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49Tapping Screw 5X35
Part #: 911256-9
In stock
5 available
 $0.99
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50Tension Spring 9
Part #: 231745-1
In stock
2 available
 $4.12
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51Tensioner Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 163108-2
Discontinued
N/A
52Chain Cover Core
Part #: 333132-1
In stock
1 available
 $4.47
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105Plane Bearing 10
Part #: 214057-7
In stock
7 available
 $13.73
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400Planer Blade Set (2 Knives)
Part #: 793019-3
In stock
4 available
 $252.46
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401Hex. Flange Head Bolt M8X30
Part #: 251690-4
In stock
7 available
 $2.28
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402Wooden Leveler Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 441021-7
Discontinued
N/A
403
(-) Screwdriver 6
Part #: 783001-0
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $6.86
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404Socket Wrench 13
Part #: 782213-2
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $18.31
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405
Phillips Screwdriver 2 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 783002-8
Discontinued
N/A
406
Plastic Case Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 824001-2
Discontinued
N/A
900
Leaf Spring
Part #: 232064-8
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $4.12
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901Set Plate
Part #: 341659-7
In stock
2 available
 $1.38
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
903
Switch Plate Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 341709-8
Discontinued
N/A
904
Switch Protector Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 341710-3
Discontinued
N/A
905Switch Cover
Part #: 341713-7
In stock
2 available
 $2.98
Add To Cart
906
Key
Part #: 341714-5
Ships in 7 - 11 business days
 $1.49
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908Pan Head Screw M5X14
Part #: 911216-1
In stock
23 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart

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Repair Stories
Symptom:
Worn Bushings
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2015-02-24 17:08:17
1 of 1 customers found these instructions helpful
The feed roller bushing had wore out on the front roller right side, causing it not to feed lumber through the planer.
Remove cutter head shield and drive sproket shield on right side facing infeed table, Remove drive chain. Remove screws securing roller bushing blocks. Remove rollers , I cleaned the rollers using acetone and a rag. After the gummed up pitch residue softened I used a scraper to clean rollers, I then replaced the wore bushing after removing the retainer ring holding rhe sprocket on the shaft of the rollers. I cleaned the shaft with emery cloth , greased the shaft . Now to install the roller assemblies . I replaced the drive sprockets. There are four large tensioning springs that hold pressure on the feed rollers . I didn\'t want to change any setting on the spring adjustments so I had the dilemma of holding the springs in place, and while compressing them screw the bushing block brackets in place. I found by laying the whole machine on first the outfeed roller, this kept the springs from falling out while I got the assembly in place. Next I used a c= clamp to compress the roller springs enough to start the screws that hold the bushing brackets in place. Tip the machine to rest on the infeed roller to accomplish installing the other roller, Replace drive chain and shields, works like new! I\'ve had this planer for 35 years.
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Symptom:
Worn Bearing
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2015-02-17 12:43:39
0 of 1 customers found these instructions helpful
Cutterhead Bearings Became Noisy
INSTRUCTION TO CHANGE CUTTERHEAD BEARINGS ON MAKITA 2040 PLANER
LEFT AND RIGHT ARE REFERENCED FACING THE INFEED SIDE OF THE PLANER

1. First, remove all 4 drum covers, 2 planer blades and the 2 thin metal blade holders from the drum.
2. Remove the chain cover, chain, and gear housing right side of drum.
3. Remove the screw from the center of the knurled aluminum knob left side of drum.
4. Remove the belt cover and drive belt.
5. Use a 28 mm pin type spanner wrench to remove the knurled aluminum knob LEFT HAND THREAD
6. Remove the 4 phillips head screws from the bearing cover behind the belt pulley on the drum.
7. Using a block of wood to cushion, GENTLY tap the end of the helical gear on the right end of the drum to drive the drum out the left end of the main frame. Take the drum to a suitable vice.
8. Use a gear puller to remove the belt pulley off the left end of the drum.
9. Use a gear puller to remove the 2 bearings from each end of the drum. It is not necessary to remove the helical gear from the right end of the drum. If you do choose to remove it, the hex head bolt in the end of the helical gear is LEFT HAND THREAD. The gear is a press fit into a recess in the end of the drum. I was able to walk it out by tapping from side to side with a block of wood.
10. Use a short length of 3/4 pipe to drive the new bearing onto each end of the drum.
11. Reassemble in reverse order.
12. Reinstall and adjust planer blades.
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janepappone
Question: Urethane Rollers On Makita 2040 ...

janepappone

The wax like material fell away from the metal rod. They are really expensive to replace. Are they the same material? Can I get them redone somewhere?
WJA
Reply: Urethane Rollers On Makita 2040 ...

WJA

Hello janepappone,

The Makita 162094-4 Rollers have been manufactured with the same material on for as long as I can remember. Yes they are expensive, but the 2040 planner has been a workhorse for quite a while. For the money that is spent one the rollers, you couldn't get a planner of the same quality. As for a company that could resurface them. I don't know of one.

-WJA
1247054
Question: Column

1247054

where might I locate?
panampjs
Question: Dimensions

panampjs

Can someone confirm the dimensions of this roller--the coating on my current rollers has broken off and I think this is the right part # for a Makita 2040 but I want to make sure--OD and length is fine
49161
Question: Back Roller

49161

There are two rollers and I need the back roller. what part number is that?
WJA
Reply: Back Roller

WJA

Hello 49161,

There are two sets of rollers on the Makita 2040 planer. If it is one of the two yellow infeed or outfeed rollers if is part number 162094-4. If it is one of the two metal bed rollers it is part number 323702-4.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Brent
Question: Chips

Brent

Can you get a hood to attach to a dust collection system to collect the chips?
Chester Spier
Question: Feed Not Good

Chester Spier

My Makita 2040 no longer seems to feed well. I have to push boards through with great difficulty. What do I need to do to correct this and have the machine operate as it used to?
dave
Reply: Feed Not Good

dave

The rollers are disintegrating they need to be replaced.
Sam Hemp
Reply: Feed Not Good

Sam Hemp

Check the bearings on the feed rollers, esp on the driven side. I'll bet you'll find one or more pretty worn and likely the bearing surface on the roller is shot, too.
Mike Pizzino
Question: End Snipe

Mike Pizzino

I just replace the blades on my Makita 2040 planer and as before I am getting end snipe on both ends of the planed piece. I feel the board jump when it hits the roller and also when it comes out the other end. Can anyone tell me what the problem may be?
Denis
Question: Roller 65-400

Denis

Bonjour
Does it exist some kind of maintenance for the Rollers 65-400?
After few years without use they disintegrate!
Thank you
dapershall@hotmail.com
Reply: Roller 65-400

dapershall@hotmail.com

Same problem any tricks or tips to change rollers? Where do I find a manual?
Chuck Morel
Reply: Roller 65-400

Chuck Morel

A few years ago mine disintegrated and I got them replaced in Lakeland Fl. A business that repairs and replaces rollers for the airport badge system. The replacement was better then the original. They have now lasted longer then the originals.
EHF
Question: Makita Planer 2040

EHF

Any idea where to find a speed reducer kit for the Makita Planer 2040?
Thanks
I'm looking for imformation as to the proper method of adjusting the inlet and outlet feed roll height and pressure. I have the original manual, but it gives no information on adjusting these rolls.
Any help would be appreciated.
edd ander
Question: Makita 2040 Thickness Planer

edd ander

the blades on my planer hit the chip breaker when running a board through.has anyone had this problem? how to fix? does any one have a shop manual for this planer? thank you edd ander
cmoorejack
Reply: Makita 2040 Thickness Planer

cmoorejack

Hey edd ander,
look and see if there is an adjustment on the chip..loosen the screws and see if it moves..also make sure your knives are installed correctly..[did you change recently?] I was unable to find a owners manual anywhere on this..:confused:
hope this helps a little..
Craig
ehf
Question: Speed Reducer Kit

ehf

The speed reducer kit for the Makita Planer 2040 appears to have been discontinued. Does anyone have an idea where to find one, or if there is an alternative? Thanks.
1061347
Reply: Speed Reducer Kit

1061347

did you find a source for the speed reducer or come up with a workaround?
Regards
Rick
West
tonym
Review: Baying A2040
1 star
tonym
I am thinking about baying a 2040.The guy said it has sat for a long time.he says it runs but it needs a new roller.how mutch do you think i should pay or how mutch are thay gowing for.If someone could give me some feedback that would be great.
WJA
Reply: Baying A2040

WJA

Hello tonym,

I have seen used Makita 2040 planers go anywhere from $500.00 to $1400.00 depending on their condition. If the one you are looking at needs new rollers, your looking at approximately $500.00 for both. It is a good quality planer and has plenty of power for the job. Inspect it carefully because the parts on it aren't cheap.

WJA
I have used this model for 17 years and it has proven to be an excellent plainer. The feed rollers tend to get gummy and fall apart. Replacement rollers are expensive and difficult to install. It would sure be helpful if a video was posted ,showing the installation and adjustments required. We all need help!
Grant Kelly - Solomon Islands
Review: Makita - 2040
5 star
Grant Kelly - Solomon Islands
A very tough, easy to use planar.We use it exclusively with hardwoods & it is a workhorse.
Ed Myers
Review: Makita - 2040
5 star
Ed Myers
This machine is well engineered. The changes made were needed. Warning If you replace the feed rollers make sure you back off all the down pressure. If you don't set them right you will do expensive damage.
woodman1
Reply: Makita - 2040

woodman1

I have just installed new rollers, not sure of next move . Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Wood.
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Accessories for the 2040

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