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My saw's shaft measures 9/16 inch diameter. I am told that this is an odd size? What should the bore of a replacement pulley be ?
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Hi Fred and welcome to the forum. We could give you better help if you could tell us more about your saw such as make and model
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It would be 9/16".

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Hi Fred,

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Yes, more info is needed on the tool. However, if the shaft size is 9/16, then the pulley will also be 9/16.

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They make ring adapters just for the job, most are use to step up the size to 5/8" the normal size for saws, they sale them at bearing outlets the norm..you will also see them in saw blades ( snap in/out type)

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Hi Fred,

Welcome to the router forums,

Yes, more info is needed on the tool. However, if the shaft size is 9/16, then the pulley will also be 9/16.
Thanks for your help
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