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Guest Jim Hallman

1924 Oliver 133 Jointer

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Guest Jim Hallman

I acquired a Oliver 133 jointer that is in good condition considering it's age and going to restore it to it's original condition.  The cutter head is a 3-blade safety head and want to remove the blades that are secured by 3 side spanner set screws.  Does anyone know of a source for the spanner tool or know of any suitable tool?  The bearings that hold the cutter head are Norma E-L-17 open frame bearings (17mmx40mmx10mm) and there does not appear to be any replacement out there.  The closet bearing is the 6203 that is 17mmx40mmx12mm.

Obviously anyone successfully restoring the 133 has probably gone through this.

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Hello Jim and welcome...

sign up... become a member.. this is a great place to be...

use the ole arn forum to the full extent....

post pictures of what you have..

tons of help available here...

and don't forget the donuts...

 

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11 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

Hello Jim and welcome...

sign up... become a member.. this is a great place to be...

use the ole arn forum to the full extent....

post pictures of what you have..

tons of help available here...

and don't forget the donuts...

 

Um, EXCUSE me! Didn't you forget something?

2 hours ago, Guest Jim Hallman said:

The cutter head is a 3-blade safety head and want to remove the blades that are secured by 3 side spanner set screws.  Does anyone know of a source for the spanner tool or know of any suitable tool?

Jim, can you post a photo. You might be surprised what we can come up with that might work.

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@Jim Hallman

 

Try here:

Bearings

Kaman Bearings
502 Bloy St.
Hillside, NJ 07205
(973) 526-2665

 

Power In Motion
16A Montesano Rd.
Fairfield, NJ 07004
(973) 244-0101

 

or ?

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bearing-L17-17mmx40mmx10mm-Angular-Thrust-PUCH-TOMOS-A3-ZA50-Magneto-Side-Crank-/301078873261?rmvSB=true

Edited by schnewj

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3 hours ago, schnewj said:

 

@Jim Hallman

 

Try here:

Bearings

Kaman Bearings
502 Bloy St.
Hillside, NJ 07205
(973) 526-2665

 

Power In Motion
16A Montesano Rd.
Fairfield, NJ 07004
(973) 244-0101

 

both excellent companies...

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Jim, I checked on this and in order to post pictures or any other information in, other than the Introduce Yourself, you need to become an “official” member. Joining is easy, if you need any help with that or any other stuff around here- let me know.

 

Lew

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