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This is just the outcome of my other post.

I did buy a new arbor that fits Delta Uni saws. The kit had all the new bearing and nuts I needed. I installed the arbor yesterday and it fit and ran perfectly. So if you need an arbor for a right tilt saw which Grizzly doesn't make any more the Delta works. I did buy the one that matched the Grizzly"s key way. 

The only trouble we had was we had to sand down the key because it is a different size and the nearest store to buy new keystock is 15 mile away. The Delta keyway is  3/16ths.   I would get it beforehand. And also the pulley has two metric set screws and it also has 2 locking set screws so there is a total of 4 set screw in the pulley. The bottom ones can be a little hard to get the wrench in because the opening can be a little mushroomed.

Just for the record , using a set screw to lock in another one is not uncommon in my trade but if you are not familiar with it it can be troublesome. 

I hope this helps someone down the road.

Tom
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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
Thanks Tom, all of this is good to know. I've got a right tilt Unisaw that's about 20 years old, and you never know......
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#21
  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
Admiral, TST has a Grizzly TS and is saying that the Uni arbor will work on said Grizzly with a couple minor fixes.

If you have a Uni, a Uni arbor will obviously work.
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  RE: Arbor for a Grizzly cvillewood Admiral, TST has a G...
(07-06-2019, 09:10 AM)cvillewood Wrote: Admiral, TST has a Grizzly TS and is saying that the Uni arbor will work on said Grizzly with a couple minor fixes.

If you have a Uni, a Uni arbor will obviously work.

Oh, yeah, it was the double set screw that was news to me.
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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
What size key did the Grizzly have?
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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
(07-06-2019, 07:19 AM)tablesawtom Wrote: This is just the outcome of my other post.

I did buy a new arbor that fits Delta Uni saws. The kit had all the new bearing and nuts I needed. I installed the arbor yesterday and it fit and ran perfectly.
I hope this helps someone down the road.

Tom

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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
(07-06-2019, 07:19 AM)tablesawtom Wrote: This is just the outcome of my other post.

I did buy a new arbor that fits Delta Uni saws. The kit had all the new bearing and nuts I needed. I installed the arbor yesterday and it fit and ran perfectly. So if you need an arbor for a right tilt saw which Grizzly doesn't make any more the Delta works. I did buy the one that matched the Grizzly"s key way. 

The only trouble we had was we had to sand down the key because it is a different size and the nearest store to buy new keystock is 15 mile away. The Delta keyway is  3/16ths.   I would get it beforehand. And also the pulley has two metric set screws and it also has 2 locking set screws so there is a total of 4 set screw in the pulley. The bottom ones can be a little hard to get the wrench in because the opening can be a little mushroomed.

Just for the record , using a set screw to lock in another one is not uncommon in my trade but if you are not familiar with it it can be troublesome. 

I hope this helps someone down the road.

Tom , I have the saw. Glad your problem is solved, I'll print your post for reference.
mike
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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
The key was .197 and it needed to be .187.  Since one can only get a .005 shift off from true position and it was on the pulley it is a minor inconvenience.
The size difference is so minor please lets not make a big deal out of it.

Tom
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  RE: Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom The key was .197 and...
(07-06-2019, 07:43 PM)tablesawtom Wrote: The key was .197 and it needed to be .187.  Since one can only get a .005 shift off from true position and it was on the pulley it is a minor inconvenience.
The size difference is so minor please lets not make a big deal out of it.

Tom

So 5mm vs. 3/16", that is easy enough.

Nobody is trying to make a big deal out of anything.  Just worth mentioning the differences for the next guy that comes along with the same problem.

Glad you got it working.
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  Arbor for a Grizzly tablesawtom This is just the out...
Congrats on getting the Grizz running again.
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