It is possible that the pulley may be made of diecast metal (many were on
Sears saws) and is wollerd (SP) out. Hence each time it is used it moves
about and loosens the set screw. I believe I'd try to locate a cast iron or
machined steel pulley and see if this doesn't correct the problem.
Hey Don - a question... why do you change the subject line on these threads?
Are you aware that when you do that you start a new thread and the
continuity of the thread is lost? That makes the archive process about
useless for anyone who may ever try to follow this in the future. You'd be
doing everyone a favor if you stuck to the conventions built into your
newsreader and simply replied to the thread.
It's redneck for "wallowed", meaning moved around aimlessly. Could probaby
be wallered or wallered.
The ship wallowed sickenly in the swell when it lost power.
The hogs wallowed (this is a good place for wollered) around in the pen and
made a big mudhole.
Wth quill on the drillpress was bad, so the bit wallowed out an oversized
He probably is following the conventions, for the "New Post (or
Message)" button. <G>
FWIW, this is why I last ~ 10 minutes on web forums. As much
information as Woodcentral's forums probably have, I lose interest
when half of the replies change subject.
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