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 Milwaukee 1675-1 (SER 413-65185) Two Speed Hole Hawg Drill Parts

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8-32 X 1 Fil.Hd. SEMS
8-32 X 1 Fil.Hd. SEMS Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 06-81-6350
Discontinued
N/A
5
.50X.68X.43 FC CSD
.50X.68X.43 FC CSD
Part #: 02-50-3170
In stock
2 available
 $4.05
Add To Cart
6
Cam
Cam
Part #: 31-11-0100
In stock
2 available
 $2.11
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8
Retaining Ring
Part #: 34-60-0827
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $0.68
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9
Needle Bearing
Needle Bearing
Part #: 02-50-2750
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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Ball Bearing
Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-0910
In stock
24 available
 $3.99
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Shifting Yoke
Shifting Yoke
Part #: 45-98-0100
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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Thrust Washer
Thrust Washer
Part #: 45-88-7150
In stock
16 available
 $2.99
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14
Thrust Bearing
Thrust Bearing
Part #: 02-80-6020
In stock
3 available
 $1.20
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15
Woodruff Key
Woodruff Key
Part #: 06-42-2000
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
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Gear Assembly
Gear Assembly
Part #: 32-10-0132
In stock
9 available
 $40.01
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Thrust Bearing
Thrust Bearing
Part #: 02-80-1800
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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19
Clutch Gear Assy.
Clutch Gear Assy.
Part #: 32-10-0122
In stock
2 available
 $36.14
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Woodruff Key
Woodruff Key
Part #: 06-42-1200
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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Washer
Washer
Part #: 45-88-7100
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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Washer
Washer
Part #: 45-88-7095
In stock
4 available
 $0.68
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.50X.68X.50 FC CSD
.50X.68X.50 FC CSD
Part #: 02-50-3180
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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31
Thrust Bearing Washer
Thrust Bearing Washer
Part #: 45-88-0520
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
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Carbon Brush and Spring (2 Required)
Carbon Brush and Spring (2 Required)
Part #: 22-18-0450
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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Shifting Plunger
Shifting Plunger
Part #: 44-70-0160
In stock
2 available
 $1.54
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38
Spring
Spring
Part #: 40-50-7670
In stock
13 available
 $0.68
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Ball Bearing
Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-1700
In stock
7 available
 $8.04
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Bearing Retainer Plate
Bearing Retainer Plate
Part #: 44-66-5241
In stock
4 available
 $0.68
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8-32X5/16 Binder Sem
8-32X5/16 Binder Sem Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 06-81-5400
Discontinued
N/A
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Ball Bearing
Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-1050
In stock
25+ available
 $6.10
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Chuck Spacer Washer
Chuck Spacer Washer
Part #: 45-88-0330
In stock
1 available
 $3.99
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Chuck Key
Chuck Key
Part #: 48-66-3280
In stock
25+ available
 $8.13
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Chuck Key Holder
Chuck Key Holder
Part #: 48-66-4040
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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1/4-20 X 1" Socket HD. Screw - L.H. Thread
1/4-20 X 1" Socket HD. Screw - L.H. Thread
Part #: 06-75-3150
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
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Ball Bearing Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 02-04-0940
Discontinued
N/A
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Wavy Spring Washer
Wavy Spring Washer
Part #: 45-88-7110
In stock
4 available
 $0.68
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115 Volt Armature Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 16-62-1165
Discontinued
N/A
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Baffle
Baffle
Part #: 42-14-0150
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $1.37
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8-32X1-7/8 Fil. HD. Sem Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 06-81-6700
Discontinued
N/A
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115 V Field Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 18-62-1120
Discontinued
N/A
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Reversing Switch
Reversing Switch Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 23-66-0581
Discontinued
N/A
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Power Cord Shield
Power Cord Shield Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 31-55-0070
Discontinued
N/A
65
6-32X1/4 Ground Screw
6-32X1/4 Ground Screw
Part #: 06-81-8625
Ships in 10 - 16 business days
 $0.68
Add To Cart

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345881
Question: Brush Holders

345881

I need brush holders (got hot) the parts break down list's the right side assembly as 1 needed part number 22-22-1350, and the left side as needing two part number 22-22-1355, it looks to me the both right and left side are the same holder.
Thanks Rick
WJA
Reply: Brush Holders

WJA

Hello 345881,

Evan the brush holder assemblies 22-22-1350 and 22-22-1355 appear to be the same. There are differences between them. So the the left and right have to be ordered individually.

-WJA
WJA
Reply: Brush Holders

WJA

Hello 345881,

Evan the brush holder assemblies 22-22-1350 and 22-22-1355 appear to be the same. There are differences between them. So the the left and right have to be ordered individually.

-WJA
I heard that a bad spring washer is the cause. Can anyone confirm and what part number needs replaced
nathan
Question: Hole Hawg Field Short

nathan

I have a 1675-1 Milwaukee Hole Hawg, it shorted out internally and the field windings were ruined also I notice a grind mark across three of the commutator bars, probably from the short. I think I can repair it by just replacing the field and not the armature?
Any advice out there?

Thanks,
Nathan
Victor
Question: Hole Hang

Victor

I need to remove the chuck from my hole hawg to service my drill. Is there any technique to remove it easily?
TGivens
Question: Milwaukee 1675-1 Serial 413

TGivens

I broke the Spindle and will need to order a Spindle Assembly SVCE Kit 38-50-5001. How to I go about taking the tool apart to replace the Spindle?
badvette
Question: Milwaukee 1675-1

badvette

Having some trouble getting chuck off hole hawg drill. Part blow up shows one threaded and one model looks to be a tapper. Anybody have any experiance. I would like some advice before I get to aggressive with this. to be more accurate one is a 2 speed and one is a single speed..............
Thanks,
Karl
DoctorD
Reply: Milwaukee 1675-1

DoctorD

If you have the old style that has a threaded chuck ,it takes a special tool to remove it.most likely thats the 1 u have. if you have the new tapper 1 just remove screw ,add even pressure to the underside of the chuck .
badvette
Reply: Milwaukee 1675-1

badvette

[QUOTE=DoctorD;7173]If you have the old style that has a threaded chuck ,it takes a special tool to remove it.most likely thats the 1 u have. if you have the new tapper 1 just remove screw ,add even pressure to the underside of the chuck ."

Thanks Doctor D, And would this be left hand thread?
I'd be curious to see what the tool looks like. I was going to make a tool that slips over top of chuck with 3 pin that go into key holes, with a 1/2" drive for impact.
:cool:
DoctorD
Reply: Milwaukee 1675-1

DoctorD

yup left handed,and that would be half the battle.but you will need to hold the spindle inplace.if you take the gear cover off pop out the gears u will see more what to do.there is a flat in there witch is wear the tool gos
badvette
Reply: Milwaukee 1675-1

badvette

[QUOTE=DoctorD;7179]yup left handed,and that would be half the battle.but you will need to hold the spindle inplace.if you take the gear cover off pop out the gears u will see more what to do.there is a flat in there witch is wear the tool gos"

Thanks Doc, that is the tool that I need to make and make better since.
Karl
Mr. Goodtool
Question: Milwakee Hole Hawg Broken Handle...

Mr. Goodtool

Hello to all!
I'm a plumbing contractor, with two hole hawgs out of commission. Both have broken right side handles. Yes, when I have the room, I use the brace, to prevent backlash! Sometimes there is just no room... tight corners etc. FYI, this is after 11 years in business.
Milwakee in their infinite wisdom, decided to make replacement handles OBSOLETE!!!
Even on their latest version of hole hawgs.Is there a permanent repair out there you can share? or a source for replacement?:(
Thanks!
cmoorejack
Reply: Milwakee Hole Hawg Broken Handle...

cmoorejack

Hey Mr Goodtool,
Milwaukee use to have a conversion kit avail which just consisted of a new handle set with the new switch style ..match up your specific ser # with Milwaukee and they should be able to help..[the new style handle and switch should bolt right up to the housing..you may have to use different terminals and a different wiring hook up but it is possible..
also check the ser # with the parts list on eReplacementParts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair to see if they can supply..
hope this helps..?
sorry for the late response..:)
cmoorejack
plumbritela
Reply: Milwakee Hole Hawg Broken Handle...

plumbritela

[QUOTE=Mr. Goodtool;4135]Hello to all!
I'm a plumbing contractor, with two hole hawgs out of commission. Both have broken right side handles. Yes, when I have the room, I use the brace, to prevent backlash! Sometimes there is just no room... tight corners etc. FYI, this is after 11 years in business.
Milwakee in their infinite wisdom, decided to make replacement handles OBSOLETE!!!
Even on their latest version of hole hawgs.Is there a permanent repair out there you can share? or a source for replacement?:(
Thanks!"

Hey, I am a master plumber in Louisiana, I have found that Harbor Freight has a orange " hole hog"" knockoff that has full parts availiable at a way cheaper cost than milwalkee and are actually the same stuff. look online.......Jack;
I have a Milwaukee 1675-1 Hole Hawg that runs but gets very hot quickly with no load. I suspect either the armature or field is bad.

Is there a procedure for testing them?

They are fairly expensive so I don't know if it is worth replacing both of them.

Ed
Dale
Reply: Testing Field Winding And Armatu...

Dale

You can test the field with an ohmmeter. The ohms should be the same on each coil. Or very close. As for the armature. You need a growler. Look the armature over very closely for burns on any of the coil. Check for a high commutator bar or burns between the bars.
sreeb
Reply: Testing Field Winding And Armatu...

sreeb

[QUOTE=Dale;2834]You can test the field with an ohmmeter. The ohms should be the same on each coil. Or very close. As for the armature. You need a growler. Look the armature over very closely for burns on any of the coil. Check for a high commutator bar or burns between the bars."

I only have access to the field coil as a whole. I don't see any way to measure each half individually.

R = 1 ohm
L = 6 mH

Is this reasonable?

Ed
tripletdaduk
Reply: Testing Field Winding And Armatu...

tripletdaduk

hi,if youve measured correctly then no as they should both read the same,but you do need to check armature as well as both could be faulty,as one can take out the other
toolmech
Reply: Testing Field Winding And Armatu...

toolmech

You may want to check all your bearings. This could be the reason the motor is overheating. One bad bearing could cause this. There is also a small needle bearing under the first intermediate gear and pinion. Sometimes the housing cracks and can throw the first gear-pinion set out of whack.
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