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    Am looking to find out the part numbers for two different items.

    1. The lower support wiper. The support for the ball duster cloth ring half way down the down sweep.
    (PS. i agree the brown dusters are shocking)

    2. The grub screw (soc head) that secures the belt tensioner assembly to the odd machine.
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    Re: numbers please

    Originally posted by Alastair:
    Am looking to find out the part numbers for two different items.

    1. The lower support wiper. The support for the ball duster cloth ring half way down the down sweep.
    (PS. i agree the brown dusters are shocking)

    2. The grub screw (soc head) that secures the belt tensioner assembly to the odd machine.
    <font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">1. 000-021-813 Wiper Support

    2. 806-265-160 3/8-16 x 1 Screw (I'm assuming this is for a kicker lift tensioner? This is the screw that goes into the hub theat's welded onto the metal kickback frame of the odd machine.)
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    • #3
      Re: numbers please

      Alastair, Bottom support is not needed just use shorter ball wipers and let them hang, this way they wipe the balls better. If you have AMF wipers cut in half and seam them.

      Also it's good to use 4 parts of the wiper cloth if your not already using that system. If your not familiar with this, what you do is put on the wiper, with enough cloth to cover the ball and all the excess cloth scrunched up to one side, than you push the cloth over to the clean side and scrunch up the dirty side, flip over for the next 2 changes. I would get 8 days out of my wipers this way, as I turned every second day.

      Frank.
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      • #4
        Re: numbers please

        Hi Alistair, take the grub screw from the PBL at the centre shaft that rests on the ball stops and replace it with a 9/16" head bolt (a 3/8" thread bnc thread).
        wiper cloth bracket for retaining ring can be made from flat bar measured from top one and simply put a bolt either side of where the ring would sit. cheap and just as effective.
        maister

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