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Victor A. Flores 02-23-2008 04:21 PM

info on an old tool
 
I acquired an old Milwaukee router, cat. #5650, ser. #452-44648, 10.0 amps, 24,500 rpm. I can't find any info, parts, or manual info on this tool. Wuold appreciate any help and any info. Thank You.

travelover 02-23-2008 07:49 PM

Did you look here?

http://www.milwaukeetool.com/us/en/customers.nsf/frmPartsListsSearch?OpenForm&nav1=ps

Victor A. Flores 02-24-2008 10:18 AM

Yes. Thanks anyways.

inspectorD 02-24-2008 10:25 AM

Look around.
 
Make some calls to your local tool repair companies. They always have old parts and stuff folks never pick up. We had one close nearby and they had a tool sale, with lots of old stuff for cheap.
Happy hunting.:)

Victor A. Flores 02-24-2008 10:44 AM

Thanks. Been working on that for a couple of mounths now. Don't even know what year it is. I was hoping some woodworker out there had one, part of the reason to try this website out. Thanks again though.

Victor A. Flores 02-24-2008 11:05 AM

I have another question, looking for ideas. I rent a shop, @ 20' W X 40' L X 25' H. Since I'm renting don't want to put alot of money into insulating/finishing the whole structure. I want to build a 10' W x 16' L X 10' H insulated workshop structure that can roll straight in and out of the shop. Straight in and straight out. nothing more. Trying to figure out industrial/heavy duty casters? Go kart/ATV tires on modified axles? maybe just iron pipes fabricated with tire rims? Looking for ideas to stimulate the brain. Simple but works!

inspectorD 02-24-2008 11:47 AM

Not givin up...
 
Try http://www.toolpartsdirect.com/cgi-bin/schematic.cgi/milwaukee/5650_452-19550/
for the router.
Try www.grainger.com and type in casters for the shed.:)
I'm sure there are other ideas for the shed. Pieces of pipe are the least expensive route.

travelover 02-24-2008 12:03 PM

Harbor Freight has some pretty cheap casters.

http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/web/search.do?keyword=casters&Submit=Go

You may have a retail store near you.

Victor A. Flores 02-24-2008 07:03 PM

Thanks guys. The router info is close, not exact but it gives me a little time frame to work with. The casters are good too, just looking for more ideas. Thanks again.

handyguys 02-24-2008 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Victor A. Flores (Post 16325)
I acquired an old Milwaukee router, cat. #5650, ser. #452-44648, 10.0 amps, 24,500 rpm. I can't find any info, parts, or manual info on this tool. Wuold appreciate any help and any info. Thank You.

What is the problem with it? Brush replacement is a common maintenance item for an old tool and there are generic replacements available, You may not need that particular OEM part if thats your problem.


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