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This cord is a genuine OEM replacement part and is sold individually. Power Cord Specifications: 2 Wires. 18 Gauge. 2 Prongs. 6-1/2 Feet Long. It is constructed with thick insulation for long service life and a strong two-prong plug. This cord is compatible with the tools listed below. It can work for other applications and for other tools as well, but compatibility is not guaranteed. Installation of this part requires the new cord wires be stripped and to fit correctly into the wire terminals.
Genuine OEM replacement part designed for use with some Grinders. This part is made out of Metal and it is Sold Individually. This backing Locknut is used to Hold the Grinding Wheel to the Spindle/Shaft.
This is a Genuine Manufacturer Approved replacement part used on certain RotoZip Routers. This Assembly includes Plastic Holder, Two (2) Metal Holders, Two (2) Carbon Brushes, Two (2) Wire Leads, Two (2) Springs.
Carbon motor 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. Worn brushes are common causes of intermittent motor function, reduced electric braking, and reduced motor power. A worn out brush will often be worn down near the wire lead and may be cracked, pitted, or burned. When replacing carbon brushes, be sure to also inspect your armature for burns, cracks, or other damage which indicates a larger motor problem.
This depth gauge is an OEM part direct from the Bosch manufacturer. Constructed of plastic and metal, the gauge is compatible with many router devices. This part is fitted onto the housing and measures the blade depth within the project. Depth gauge is sold individually. The thumb screws within the depth gauge secure it to the router.
This is a genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for use with RotoZip routers. This keyless chuck allows user to easily secure bits. The ratcheting action clicks the jaws tightly into place for reduced bit slippage. If your drill's bit retention is suffering, the rotation feels stiff, or the chuck has seized up entirely, a new chuck should fix the problem.