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Each product has a unique model number the same way your automobile has a unique make and model. Locating this number helps us provide you with the correct replacement parts and repair help for your specific product.

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I Can’t Find My Wilton Model Number

If you’re having a hard time finding your Wilton Model number, allow us to help. Like many other manufacturers, Wilton places their model numbers on a sticker, or in some cases, a metal tag riveted into the tool. Look for this tag on a low-impact area of your tool. Or in other words, an area free from wear and tear. This could be in an obvious location or somewhere hidden. Make sure to look around if you can’t find it at first glance.

Wilton will use both numbers and letters in their model numbers. So stating a standard format isn’t really possible. Your best bet is to just search for where it’s labeled on the identification tag or search for numbers such as 2234AC, A5838, FK350, or 1460.

Wilton will occasionally require a type or product number in combination with the model number to properly identify your tool. The type will use nothing but numbers, usually seven digits long. The full number you’ll need in these cases will look like this: Model: 8201VS Type/Product: (9078171), 4300A (5511365)

Once you’ve found the model number, simply enter it in the box provided above to start shopping for parts for your model!

Expert Advice on Wilton Tools

Like most professional products, Wilton tools are made to last. However, constant wear and tear can tax any tool and a repair is something that you’ll eventually have to deal with. Luckily, Wilton manufactures spare parts for just about every component in their tools. So no matter what part fails, you can find a spare to fix it up.

We’re happy to tell you that were the foremost supplier of Wilton parts and accessories on the internet. Whether you need a replacement band saw blade, chuck, power cord, housing, or just a common switch, we have it. And we even have the resources to help you get the parts installed. If your model is acting up, don’t put it off any longer, come to and get it fixed!
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Customer Experiences
I received the replacement motor and brush set for my drill faster than I expected. The new motor works great! Feels like I have a brand new drill. The replacement saved me the cost of a new 14.4V drill (approximately $150-220).
Gerald C.
Oklahoma, USA
Metalworking Masters
The majority of customer who purchase a Wilton do it for the promise of owning a quality, reliable, and productive tool. Wilton doesn’t add unnecessary parts for looks or accessories. They produce no-nonsense tools to get your metalworking job done. That’s why their tools have been favorites for metalworkers and other shop professionals for decades.