Nova ( firstname.lastname@example.org) Said,
You didn't mention the brand name. If it's an old Craftsman Model
the motor and stand should be worth a few dollars. For the sander
itself, I'd say the value is $0. I've got one. A Christmas gift from
the wife years ago. Need I say more?
In another post, jo4hn ( email@example.com) Said,
"Had one of those. Never could get it to track correctly. Had it
once to no avail. Finally sold it for $125."
In yet another post Unisaw A100 Said
can use the
What Jack said. The problem with this sander is that it has
a single bearing on the idler (outboard) drum which never
will allow it to track correctly. A friend of mine went to
the effort of turning discs and capping the idler drum. He
turned the discs to take bearings. It did improve things.
My Dad had one and it was a pain from day one. Besides the
tracking issue the motor mounted to the sheet metal stand
also didn't do it much good as it amplified sound quite
Tony D. say's
I must have gotten a freak then because Mine seems to work just fine;"
So far at least. I Install a belt, set the tracking once, forget it
and use it.
thanks, Tony D.
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