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Old 07-08-2022, 07:32 PM
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Groan!

You need help (and so does that bandsaw).
Take this wheel to someone who can weld or braze the busted wheel together. If you are worried about run out, don't be. 30-60 thou, not going to affect it. If you take it to someone who tells you it can't be welded, drive on to the next one. Cast can be welded after you clean off the fucking JB. A couple of sticks of 1/8" NiRod at 90 amps should do fine.
Clean up and measure your shaft, and have some one with an expanding reamer clean up the bore to a tight sliding fit.
If you had die grinder with a small flap wheel you could have polished up the inside of the bore. IIRC, that bore is about 20mm, you can grind a 1" flap wheel down to size against a grindstone with the die grinder running.

Do you have a scrap metal bin? gather up all your hammers and throw them in to the bin, this will save you money and time.
LMAO! I might have to step down as the grumpy bastard.
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