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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-15-2018, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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Hello glad to join the forums. I live in Wichita Kansas and I enjoy woodworking, home theater, guns & shooting, Ford Mustang's, cooking. and spending time with family.

I inherited a Black & Decker 7610 type I router from my Grandpa about 10 years ago and have been using it ever since. Unfortunately the brushes went out on it, along with the main bearing. I can't find replacement brushes for it they have been discontinued. I don't want to through it out, it has a lot of sentimental value to me. Does anyone know if I can still get these somewhere, or if there is another brush that will work for it?

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welcome N/A...
you were doing pretty good till you got to the Mustang part..

as for the bearing.. have a bearing supplier match it up..
the brushes.. get a set of near fit and rezie then to fit..
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Hello and welcome to the rouer forum.

Looking forward to your participation.
Filling out your profile to include (first name,tools and short bio is strictly (optional )but does help members to better relate to each other.
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Hey, In Excess; welcome!
You might be able to find another one (that doesn't work)...matching bookends!
Seriously though, sentimentality aside, it doesn't work. It's a tool. Time to step up to newer technology with a warrantied router, ie new.
I'm an unrepentant hoarder/pack rat, but when a tool craps out I replace it. I need to get the work done and I don't need the stress or expense of trying to resuscitate deceased tools, but that's just me.
(In the spirit of full disclosure I do replace cords and brushes if they're reasonably accessible. )
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welcome N/A...
you were doing pretty good till you got to the Mustang part..
I think you being hard on him . If it’s a 69/70 fastback with a 428-SCJ and a 4 speed , it’s all good .

Welcome to the forum N/a
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Happy you decided to join the fun. I think the suggestion you retire the machine in a display case along with a picture and maybe some other artifacts of your grandfather. I also agree that since you use a router fairly often, that you consider buying a new one. I don't think it's possible to get more quality for your money than with a Bosch 1617 EVSPK kit. You can easily get parts for even old model Bosch gear. Don't forget to fill in your profile and add a first name so we don't have to call you "Hey, you."

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Brush "manufacturing is pretty straightforward...

Find a set that is close...wire length, cap, approximate radius, sized a bit bigger...

Radius will pretty much adjust itself when you run it a bit...but suggest taking it apart again to clean the resulting carbon...check wear at that point...

File to size...dirty operation...wear gloves...
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Hi and welcome. It's also possible that an old repair shop might have a set of the originals. Most of that type part were made by other companies and may have been used in a number of machines.
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