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simply1

11:27AM | 11/27/04
Member Since: 11/26/04
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I HAVE AN OLD SHOPMATE PLANER MODEL 2800T0 OR TO , NOT SURE IF IT IS AN O OR A ZERO ON THE END. I AM TRYING TO FIND WHO MADE THIS TOOL AND ALSO WHERE I COULD FIND A REPLACEMENT DRIVE BELT. THE BELT NUMBER IS 28207. I HAVE SEARCHED THE INTERNET WITH NO RESULTS OR ANY INFO ON THE MAKER. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED

carl21l

02:41PM | 11/27/04
Member Since: 03/21/04
173 lifetime posts
if you still have the old belt, broken or not, you should be able to get a match at a larger automotive parts store or other place that has a large selection of belts. most old tool belts are v belts and easily matched if you have the old belt. if the belt is missing or completely destroyed you can still get a match for it. to get the proper belt, measure the diameter of both pulleys and also the distance center to center of the pulleys

JMHO

Carl

pudops

05:48PM | 02/25/08
Member Since: 02/24/08
1 lifetime posts
Would the person who has the shopmate2800to planer please e-mail me. I'm trying to find a way to ajust the thickness and can't seem to figure it out. I just aquired it after my father passed away and am trying to figure it out. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks my e-mail is ewiseman@ns.sympatico.ca
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