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    Replacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer

    I just replaced the motor bearings in my planer. I thought I would post some pics in case they help someone else out.Replacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888162.198886.jpgReplacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888188.789621.jpgReplacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888211.949485.jpgReplacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888242.871523.jpgReplacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888271.654517.jpgReplacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer-imageuploadedbytapatalk1421888293.703598.jpgThe pics don't show the actual bearing replacement but it shows the tear down. While I had it opened up, I re-greased it and did a few other repairs. If anyone needs to do any of this let me know and I could help as much as I can.


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    Just curious how many hours this machine has on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    Just curious how many hours this machine has on it?
    I'm not sure because I bought it second hand. I got a real good price though so I didn't mind fixing it.


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    Bearings from the local bearing supply, or special ordered from DeWalt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFolks View Post
    Bearings from the local bearing supply, or special ordered from DeWalt?
    I ordered them on eBay and got four for $9.00 and free shipping. Only needed two though. They would be a lot more expensive through DeWalt, I think somewhere around $13 a peice.


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    Hi Chuck,

    Greetings from a fellow Montanan and first time poster. I have my 735 torn apart to replace my bearings as well. How did you remove the pulley from the motor armature. From the drawings it looks as though it is threaded(left hand I assume), but I didn't want to damage it.

    Thanks!

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    I just replaced the motor bearings in my planer. I thought I would post some pics in case they help someone else out.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	12568The pics don't show the actual bearing replacement but it shows the tear down. While I had it opened up, I re-greased it and did a few other repairs. If anyone needs to do any of this let me know and I could help as much as I can.


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    Another Montanan ! Cool!
    Yep, the threads on the motor shaft are left hand.


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    Replacement of motor bearings in DeWalt DW735 planer

    Here's a link to the bearings I bought. You get two extra for a good price.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/2314404...3D967488652537

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    Hey Chuck, thanks for the link. My question was how did you get a good grip on that pulley to get it off without damaging it?

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    Another Montanan ! Cool!
    Yep, the threads on the motor shaft are left hand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by imasayer View Post
    Hey Chuck, thanks for the link. My question was how did you get a good grip on that pulley to get it off without damaging it?
    I think I used channel lock pliers and rag or a vise and some wood jaws I made. Not 100% sure but pretty sure.


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