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Angle Grinder Cutting Blades

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by garash, 27 Jun 2020.

  1. garash

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    I have bought a small Angle Grinder to do a couple of jobs. The cutting discs I have purchased are 115 x 1.0 x 22. When attached there is play and the Disc is wobbly. The Instruction manual does not say anything about Disc size but I know 115mm is correct and 22mm bore is correct but I was wondering if I should have bought Thicker ones, ie 2mm? Is that my problem as I cannot see how I could have attached the Disc incorrectly.
     
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    The disc must be clamped tightly to the arbor by the round peg nuts.....is one of them the wrong way round, do you think?
    John :)
     
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    The disc should be tight and no play when spinning, although the spindle might have a tiny bit of play if you try and move it by hand when it's not spinning.
     
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    Thank you! Sorted
     
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    Edited as issue resolved by Burnerman as typing
     
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