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  1. #51
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Great thread, thanks for sharing that link. Very cool to see someone actually replicate the KMG.
    John
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  2. #52
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Wildcat - great link! If anyone wants great information on building one of these, this is the link to read.

    Cliff notes: I have the clone plan if anyone wants it.
    John
    - fabricator extraordinaire, car nut!
    - bleeding Miller blue!

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  3. #53
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Cover is made, need to figure out a latch for yet and make some feet/mount the wheels.
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  4. #54
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Hello everyone, this is my first post. Just wanted to say that you can build a very reliable belt grinder. I built a 2x72 grinder using a wheel off of an industrial cart, dia. around 7 inches. I mounted it on a delta bench grinder. I used 2x2 tubing to make the frame and an aluminum roller that i got out of the dumpster at work. Total cost $3 dollars, that was for the wheel.

  5. #55
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Quote Originally Posted by reedneeck
    Hello everyone, this is my first post. Just wanted to say that you can build a very reliable belt grinder. I built a 2x72 grinder using a wheel off of an industrial cart, dia. around 7 inches. I mounted it on a delta bench grinder. I used 2x2 tubing to make the frame and an aluminum roller that i got out of the dumpster at work. Total cost $3 dollars, that was for the wheel.
    Grab the digital and take some pictures! Inquiring minds want to see.

    Jim
    Cut an MGB and widened 11" C4 Corvette suspension and LT1 Chevrolet power & 6 spd. Pictures here:
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    http://forum.britishv8.org/read.php?13,22422

  6. #56
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    I will try and get the pics posted.

  7. #57
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Ok here goes.
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  8. #58
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Here is the last one. Full assembly. If there are any questions let me know. I could get a tape measure and get some dimensions if anybody wants them. I am in the process of adding a cut-off saw to the other arbor. I am using my chopsaw blades that get to small for the saw. Got to add the table for the cutoff saw.
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  9. #59
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    Re: Building a belt grinder.

    Very cool and a greatly simplified home-made tool!
    John
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    - bleeding Miller blue!

    http://www.weldfabzone.com


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