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Genuine MK Diamond replacement part, this item is sold individually.
The 151799 Roller Wheel is connected to the cutting table.
This is what the cutting table rolls on to move back and forth.
Because this part is used every time the saw is used, it does wear often.
It is advised to have an extra one or two on hand.
This is a Genuine MK Diamond replacement part, it is sold individually.
This Bearing is installed in the hole provided on the cutting table.
It slides on the rail when the table is moved to produce a cut.
It is a phenolic bearing for the reason a metal bearing would not last long with the presence of water that it comes in contact with.
There are two of these bearing used on the saw models shown below.
They do have a tendency to wear, it is advised to have a couple of these on hand.
This authentic replacement part is designed for use with MK Diamond power tools. Ball bearings are used to reduce friction between rotating parts. The balls or rollers take the load and spin, distributing the weight evenly while the minimal contact area of the ball reduces friction. Bearings experience constant wear from pressure, heat, vibration and friction. Because of this, many bearings need to be periodically replaced. This bearing allows the blade shaft to spin freely. This part is made out of metal and it is sold individually.
This item has been sourced from the original manufacturer to ensure quality. The metal wheel is used with masonry, concrete, and tile saws from MK Diamond and Barracuda Diamond. The wheel is a versatile part that can be used to move the table on the table saw or the pointer bracket on a concrete saw. This item is priced as a single item, please see your model's diagram to verify the wheel's compatibility and usage.
This is a manufacturer sourced replacement part used on a MK Diamond tile saws. It includes two (2) carbon brushes with lead wires and springs attached.
Carbon brushes are one of the most commonly replaced power tool components. Because carbon brushes are wear items, meaning that through friction and use they will gradually wear away, they will eventually require replacement. It is recommended to replace both brushes at the same time.
You would need a screwdriver and pliers to complete this job.
• First remove screw holding the cover
• Remove the housing/cover to gain access to armature and brushes
• Remove the old brush
• Install the new brush
• Reassemble and test your tool