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1Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-0845
In stock
13 available
 $5.26
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2Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-0911
In stock
9 available
 $5.78
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3Ball Bearing
Part #: 02-04-1510
In stock
13 available
 $6.47
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4Needle Bearing
Part #: 02-50-2150
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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55/16-24 Spinlock Hex Nut
Part #: 06-55-3790
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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68-32 Flexlock Hex Nut
Part #: 06-57-2975
In stock
2 available
 $1.14
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73/16" X 1/2" Drivelok Pin
Part #: 06-65-0606
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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8Nameplate Rivet
Part #: 06-72-1720
In stock
3 available
 $1.99
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98-16 X 2-1/4 Field Bolt
Part #: 06-81-1060
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $0.99
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108-32 X 1/2" Pan HD. Sit. Taptite T-20
Part #: 06-82-5316
In stock
15 available
 $1.99
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118-32X5/8" Pan Sit. Tapt. Torx
Part #: 06-82-5320
In stock
6 available
 $0.99
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128-32 X 1-1/4" Pan HD. Sit. Tapt. T-20
Part #: 06-82-5390
In stock
8 available
 $2.99
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138-32 X 2-1/4" Pan Taptite Torx Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 06-82-5502
Discontinued
N/A
148-32 X 3/8" Pan Slot Taptite Screw
Part #: 06-82-7252
In stock
17 available
 $2.99
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158-16X5/8" Pan Sit. Plast Torx
Part #: 06-82-7270
In stock
17 available
 $1.99
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16Blade Clamp Screw
Part #: 06-83-2960
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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176-32X3/8" Truss HD. Taptite
Part #: 06-95-0075
In stock
5 available
 $2.99
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186-32 X 1/4" Hex HD. Taptite Sam
Part #: 06-95-5150
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $0.99
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20Remote Dial Assembly
Part #: 14-20-3020
In stock
6 available
 $22.15
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21Foam Slug Kit
Part #: 14-46-1001
In stock
2 available
 $2.93
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22Shoe Assembly
Part #: 14-74-0270
In stock
11 available
 $22.84
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234 Tooth Ips Kit (Super) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 14-46-0580
Discontinued
N/A
24Fan
Part #: 22-84-0531
In stock
7 available
 $3.99
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25120 V. Field
Part #: 18-31-0500
In stock
3 available
 $27.12
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26Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
Part #: 22-16-0275
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
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27Brush Holder Assembly
Part #: 22-22-1380
In stock
9 available
 $4.47
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28Pin Housing Assembly
Part #: 22-56-0815
In stock
4 available
 $9.11
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29Quik-Lok Cord Set
Part #: 48-76-4008
In stock
25+ available
 $31.93
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30Field Insulator
Part #: 23-16-0456
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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31Brush Retaining Screw
Part #: 23-44-0190
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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32Brush Spring
Part #: 23-52-0160
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25+ available
 $2.99
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33Switch
Part #: 23-66-1970
In stock
25 available
 $15.68
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34Gear Case
Part #: 28-14-2176
In stock
3 available
 $26.20
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35Diaphragm
Part #: 28-28-1876
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 $16.36
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36Motor Housing
Part #: 28-50-6220
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2 available
 $23.92
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38Secondary Wobble Plate Assy
Part #: 14-67-0125
In stock
4 available
 $26.66
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41Right Handle Half
Part #: 31-44-1661
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3 available
 $4.29
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42Left Handle Half
Part #: 31-44-1666
In stock
3 available
 $4.53
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43Shoe Release Lever
Part #: 31-52-0010
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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44Coil Shield
Part #: 31-55-0190
Ships in 6 - 11 business days
 $0.99
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45
Service Instruction Notice Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 14-46-4281
Discontinued
N/A
46O-Ring
Part #: 34-40-1280
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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47O-Ring
Part #: 34-40-4200
In stock
9 available
 $2.99
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48External Retaining Ring
Part #: 34-60-1315
In stock
4 available
 $3.99
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49Internal Retaining Ring
Part #: 34-80-2600
In stock
8 available
 $2.99
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50Wobble Shaft
Part #: 36-92-0701
In stock
4 available
 $25.47
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51Spindle Clamp Kit
Part #: 14-46-0250
In stock
2 available
 $42.52
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52Axle - Wobble Shaft
Part #: 42-12-0150
In stock
3 available
 $5.44
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53Spindle Bearing
Part #: 42-24-0430
In stock
2 available
 $5.21
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55Bearing Cap
Part #: 42-52-0380
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4 available
 $2.99
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56Blade Clamp
Part #: 42-68-0677
In stock
20 available
 $3.99
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57Counter Balance
Part #: 42-87-0090
In stock
4 available
 $10.30
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58Lock Pin
Part #: 44-60-1200
In stock
5 available
 $7.16
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59Seal Retainer
Part #: 44-86-0375
In stock
2 available
 $1.25
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60Poly-Pak Seal
Part #: 45-06-0475
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
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62Gearcase Insulator Kit
Part #: 45-12-0462
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2 available
 $10.76
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63Dust Shield
Part #: 45-12-0470
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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64Spacer
Part #: 45-36-1450
In stock
2 available
 $1.38
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65Tube Chassis
Part #: 45-76-0320
In stock
3 available
 $7.89
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70
Diaphragm Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 28-28-2000
Discontinued
N/A
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operator8
Question: IPS Gear Assy

operator8

The original gear has a driving pin on the flat inner side, this gear looks different.
Would it work in the 6527 SER: 774B?
WJA
Reply: IPS Gear Assy

WJA

Hello operator8,

A few years ago Milwaukee made a design change in a number of their sawzalls, which included the model 6527 s/n 774B. The part number 14-46-0580 4 Tooth Ips Kit, can be used in your saw with no problems.

-WJA
1158564
Question: Remote Dial Assy

1158564

Anyone know how to test the remote dial assy? My 6527 quit and since I am handy with the ohmmeter I verified that there is connection from power plug through the switch and I replaced the brushes as a precaution. There was no resistance through this RDA so I ordered a new one and found the new one was open as well. Is the new one broken? Or is it that an ohmmeter is not the correct tool for testing? I don't even want to install it unless I know more.
Steveno374
Question: Intermediate Gear Assembly

Steveno374

I have a 5527 SER 774A with a stripped Intermediate Gear Assembly (Milwaukee # 32-40-2223). Is there an updated part # for this piece?
WJA
Reply: Intermediate Gear Assembly

WJA

Hello Steveno374,

The part number 32-40-2223 according to what I see has been updated to part number 14-46-0580 4 tooth ips kit.

-WJA
blastfrom
Question: #6527 Ser. 774D

blastfrom

Does anyone know where to find the owner's manual? I tried link removed. Thanks.
genek
Reply: #6527 Ser. 774D

genek

Hi there,
The only thing I am seeing is the Model 6527, with a serial # beginning with 774G. I don't see any 774D's, sorry,
Gene
pnelson
Question: Shoe Assembly - Part #22

pnelson

Is this item available for purchase? It is not listed.
WJA
Reply: Shoe Assembly - Part #22

WJA

Hello pnelson,

The shoe assembly is available for purchase. It is part number 14-74-0270.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
brian24
Question: Quik Lok Blade Clamp

brian24

I have a 6527 SER. 774C I would like to put a quik lok blade clamp on it and get rid of the screw type clamp. how can this be accomplished?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Quik Lok Blade Clamp

Tinkerdave

Hi Brian,We get ask this a couple of times a month and we tell our customers that there is no real way of doing it as Milwaukee or any other tool company to my knowledge have a cross reference for what will inter change with what in their tool line. Sorry I couldn't give you better information.
Tinker
959654
Reply: Quik Lok Blade Clamp

959654

you will have to get a spindal from a 6537-22 #38-50-5835 the gear casing are the same and quick-lok blade clamp #14-46-1011 altogether over $60.00
denise
Question: 6527 Sawzall

denise

I need the gear that is on the wobble shaft... looks like it should be #46, but says it is an o-ring.. need a part number so I can order this gear...... Thanks
WJA
Reply: 6527 Sawzall

WJA

Hello Denise,

Milwaukee has made several service changes for the gear on the model 6527 Sawzall. The serial number will let you know what part number you will need. If you could post it we should be able get the right part number for you.

-WJA
I recently bought a spindle clamp kit for my milwaukee 6527 ser 774D, I have the saw apart, the new part in place, but need a diagrahm or some tips on how to set it back into the housing. I can get it into place, but it locks up. please help
spiker
Reply: Milwaukee Sawzall 6527 Ser774D ...

spiker

check your tube chassis the beveled end goes up
justomb@verizon.net
Question: What Type Of Grease

justomb@verizon.net

Can you tell me what type of grease is used in this sawzall and are there more than one type?
704719
Reply: What Type Of Grease

704719

According to link removed
it uses part number 49-08-4175 Type L grease in the gear case.
dogbreath
Reply: What Type Of Grease

dogbreath

The Milwaukee bulletin number with the parts list and reference to the type of grease is 54-40-0051.pdf . It is available on Milwaukee's website.
I was using my model 6527 Super Sawzall (774B series) to cut the nails securing wall studs in an outer stucco wall. The blade popped out of the cut a couple of times and banged against the stucco. The motor on the Sawzall now runs, but the blade does not reciprocate. This seems like it must be a common problem and, hopefully, an easy and inexpensive repair.

Any ideas?
cmoorejack
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

cmoorejack

Hey Mike,
It may be as simple as the hex nut coming loose on the axle shaft..[underneath the plastic cap below the spindle shaft] a snap ring coming off the wobble shaft. or your gears have stripped out..:mad:
You should be able to tell right away when you disassemble..parts and breakdown avail at eReplacementparts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair
hope this is helpful..:)
cmoorejack
Doced
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

Doced

I have parts ordered for my sawzall. What is the best procedure for replacing the bushings (bearings) on the reciprocating shaft??
thanks for reply.
Doc ed
email: link removed
ph: 412-913-9698
cmoorejack
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

cmoorejack

Hey doced,
You will have to remove the the retainer and felt seal from the front housing and then you should be able to knock it out with a right sized socket or something that will cover the span of the bushing, that you can hit with a hammer and punch..:) [ knock it out from the inside] It is better to press in the replacement if possible but you can just reverse the method and you'll be ok..[ gently tap it in].. be sure and review the specific model and serial # before you order or attempt repair..;)
hope this helps..
cmoorejack
Doced
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

Doced

cmoorejack,
I don't think I'll have a problem getting the old bushings out, would it be better to put the upper one in first in order to get the ball into the shaft's socket, or doesn't it matter?
My parts came today.
Doc Ed
cmoorejack
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

cmoorejack

Hey Ed,
I just got off the phone with ya and thought I would post for the info...Your model # is the 6511 which has a front and rear spindle bushing [different from the 6527 super sawzall] When you reassemble the tool, the gear mech and the spindle must be assembled outside of the housing and then reinserted into the front housing.[.pad about a palm of grease around the recip part of the gear and shaft..] as far as installing the rear bushing make sure you have the bearing plate supported securely when you remove and replace the bushing as not to damage or brake..:(
Craig
edjsteg
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

edjsteg

Hi Craig, last month we talked about my sawzall and I thought I saved your ph.# in my cell phone but I guess I was wrong.
Anyway, I got the bushings in okay and reassembled it but the gears won't mesh right.
I saw your subsequent post saying the whole thing has to be assembled before putting it in the case. I haven't figured out how to get the ring gear and shaft assembly out (although I got disgusted after a while and quit).
It's now about 8:00 pm Wed. and I'm leaving my office.
Can you call my cell tomorrow or leave a post and I'll check it later in the day (I don't have hours tomorrow).

Thanks for your help.
Doc Ed
cell: 412-913-9698
cmoorejack
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

cmoorejack

Hey Ed,
Patience is a virtue my friend..You may have a problem with a shaft not lining up into a bearing or something out of alignment..it may take a coupla times of assembly to figure out what the issue is...
I may be out of town for the holiday but will try and contact you when I can..:)
Happy 4th of July and Happy Birthday America...!!!
cmoorejack
edjsteg
Reply: Sawzall Motor Runs, But Does Not...

edjsteg

Thanks for the reply, Craig.
I don't know if I'll get to the project this weekend but I'm determined to get'r done.
Ed
frank70
Question: Wobble Plate Assy

frank70

does anyone know if the hexnut that holds the wobble plate assy on a milwaukee sawzall is right hand thread ? how is it removed?
spiker
Reply: Wobble Plate Assy

spiker

it is right handed you need a big pair of adjustable pliers to hold the gear on the other end use something to wrap around the teeth so not to damage them it will be tough
graccus7
Question: Milwaukee Power Cords?

graccus7

trying to find the quik-lok cord either for my Sawzall (6527) or my 1/2 drill (0302-20) --- one degenerated so now have only one for both tools--- all the tool part sites for Milwaukee parts seem to not have them..... any suggestions? Their part number is 14-76-4008
thanks.
Michael
Reply: Milwaukee Power Cords?

Michael

The part number for that power cord is 48-76-4008. It's currently in stock and available for sale, and you can find it here:

48-76-4008 Cord Set - $29.00

It's also been added to the parts lists of your tools.

Hope this helps!
spiker
Reply: Milwaukee Power Cords?

spiker

they have them on ebay under other power tools for about $20.00
GinoT
Reply: Milwaukee Power Cords?

GinoT

they are also available direct from Milwaukee for $27.90, same part number you were given
FRANK GORNEY
Review: Milwaukee - 6527 SUPER SAW
1 star
FRANK GORNEY
MY SUPER SAW IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER USED. 40 YEARS OF SHEET METAL WORK USING ALL DIFFERENT TYPES MAKES AN MODELS. THE BIGGEST PROBLEM I HAVE HAD IS GETTING THE EMPLOYEES TO CHANGE THE BLADES OVER A TABLE SO AS NOT TO LOOSE THE SCREW THAT HOLDS THE BLADE. NOW THEY HAVE FIXED THAT.
Jay Higbee
Review: Milwaukee - 6527
5 star
Jay Higbee
I have been using Milwaukee power tools for more than 50 years because they are a superior product. when your tools are used by your crews they have to be dependable and durable, which Milwaulkee tool are. The only Milwaulkee tools that I no longer use are the ones that have been stolen.
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