(how to) one tooling arm for several wheels

SHOKR

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hey guys

i've been wanting to buy more wheels for quite sometime, the KMG i have was bought used from UK each attachment has its own arm.

now i'm thinking about buying more wheels, 5",8", 12", one of which will be serrated (or 10") and i want to have single tooling arm that i would have and just need to interchange the wheels (like on the burr king i think?)

i *imagine* its a simple process, i will just have something i can screw and unscrew easily over the wheels instead of nut or something, but is that right? and what are the details

i have no idea about machining or its terms, so speak noob please :)

thanks
 

Dwane Oliver

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I hate wasting time changing wheels on arms , I would have a arm for every attachment. At some point i will get another grinder.

Wheels are pretty easy to change , one nut and done.



Dwane
 

SHOKR

Well-Known Member
Dwane

its matter of cost and space
also the new grinder's arms wont necessarily fit the old one and vice versa
 

Timy

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Aluminum is cheap and super effective. I was against them initially but have since seen the light!
 

SHOKR

Well-Known Member
thanks

large aluminum here is not cheap!! in fact mild steel would be much cheaper i believe
 
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