Porter Cable 903373 Belt - Random Orbit
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I was able to use it on This Porter Cable Sander is 5" long. This is an easy to install product.
Made in the United States, this belt is made from high-quality materials.
The 334 TY2-size will fit this
A pad support and a fixed pulley are attached to the The sander pad is secured to it with 3 screws that need to be removed. You will be able to see the pulley on the edge of the pad when you remove the pad support by removing the 3 holes. You will need to remove the old one and replace it with a new one around the pulley and
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An old tool needs to be restored, no matter how much you want to do. Buying repair parts that could be old and dry rotted could be a gamble even if they are not in a hot warehouse or if they are dry rotted because of their age. It's a relief to report that this was actually not the case. During the last few days my Porter Cable 333 sander has stopped working with random orbit. When I took it apart, I discovered a broken belt. I wanted to let you know for those considering doing the same. Don't waste any more time, just grab another Velcro sanding pad while you're at it, and you'll In addition, get the pulley to spin easily (photo) and see if it can be accessed easily. This was caused by my belt being gummed up with sanding residue and being unable to turn. It is left-hand thread (NOTE IT IS LEFT-HANDED- YOU CAN LOOSEN BY TURNING RIGHT! Unless you do this, the cast aluminum housing will be removed. Make sure that a dab of "Dry Lube", such as Teflon or Graphite (not petroleum-based), is applied both to the screw and the The restoration of projects like this rarely turn out well for me, but this one was a good, old-school random orbit with some weight to it and I thought it was worth a shot. This is now a live site! I'm so happy!.
It's not really that bad and fits the sander snuggly, which I assume is what we want considering it will stretch out over time with.
It fits really well, but make sure you don't roll on Rather than stretching out over the spindles, one should simply stretch straight out. When putting the disk back in place, I found that this was the only way to attach the belt without it popping off.
Whenever you replace the belt, make sure that the center bearing is also in good shape.
I would like to add my 5-star review to the I am pleased with the result. As I was working on my first piece of this project, the old belt broke but a square sander fixed it. Though not as well as it could have been, it still Thanks for the approval- I'm very glad I got it The back side of a sander.
The model number is The situation has been good thus far. There is a strong possibility that the ends will not last due to the way they are melted together. About 12 years ago, the original one was installed. We'll have to see what happens, but at least it's.
That was an easy fix, to change my sander from acting like a grinder to a sander without removing its base. The money is worth it.
With only a screw driver, this is easy to install. Install the new belt by removing 3 screws, removing the cover, and replacing the.