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Grizzly Table saw arbor nut

I'm looking for a arbor nut for any of these Grizzly models G1059, G1022sm,G1022z, G1022zf, G1022zfx,G1022proz,g1022proxz. It is left hand metric nut website part number P1022115 MT15.875 2.0 .
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did you try grizzly?
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did you try grizzly?
Yeah they discontinued but bought all the other arbor parts from them
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if you can figure out the thread, contact these folks. they are awesome.


http://www.zieglerbolt.com/shop.asp
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Yeah the size they gave me is so odd I order 16mm◊2.0 left hand thread nuts but they didn't work because they were not acme style nut
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Google trapezoidal metric thread form on wiki.You need to determine if it's that,or metric acme.

Then you need to determine the major and minor diameter of your arbor/spindle.

Then find the go-no go WRT tolerance(class of fit)for the above.
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You might check ebay...
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Try Fastenal, MSC, or any fastener distributor. Try Wayne Bolt and Nut in Detroit- they have over a million pounds of fasteners in stock.

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Try Fastenal, MSC, or any fastener distributor. Try Wayne Bolt and Nut in Detroit- they have over a million pounds of fasteners in stock.
Called all of them it's funny the company Mao Shan was the manufacturer. It is like pulling teeth for other manufacturers to check there arbor nut sizes. They want a model number if I had that I would need them to check the size.
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more sources...

The diameter will be as close to 5/8" as possible, so there won't be a lot of choices for threads ..JMO. assuming it's a 10" saw which takes 5/8" bore blades.

So based on that try these sources:

http://rainbowboltsupply.com/Nuts.html

http://www.jigneshsteel.com/steel-fa...acme-hex-nuts/

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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That sure seems like an odd sized nut. From the spec, "15.875 2.0", I'm guessing that it's a 5/8" OD, which makes sense as Woodnthings mentioned. (15.875 mm is 5/8", based on the accepted standard of 25.4 mm per inch.) In metric thread terminology, the 2.0 would be the thread pitch in mm, i.e., 2mm from thread to thread, which is nowhere close to the SAE standard 5/8" acme thread pitch of 8 TPI. A 2mm pitch translates to 12.7 TPI.

Metric "acme" threads, (which seem to be called trapezoidal), in addition to having a different angle in the "valleys" of the threads, appear to be available in 16 mm thread pitches of 3 or 4 mm; not the 2 mm your spec appears to indicate.

I'm guessing that the nut for your saw was custom manufactured for that saw, & possibly others, and may not be available from standard hardware suppliers.

Have you measured the threads to make sure the pitch is 2 mm?
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Put a piece of paper over the threads and rub the paper with a #2 pencil. Take it to the hardware store or fastener folks.

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Maybe this will work http://www.ebay.com/itm/Delta-Unisaw...-/391425829678

A left handed metric acme that is actually 15.875 MM( to fit American 5/8" saw blades) is definitely a "special" in the industry that are specific to Asian built saws( American built saws would use a SAE thread).

SAE and Metric use a 60 degree thread angle and SAE Acme uses a 29 degree thread angle , I'm not sure what a "Metric Acme" thread angle is but the point is Acme has to match Acme.

I've built tooling for cold heading and machined custom fasteners for the military,offshore rigs ect and have never came across this size....you won't find this off the shelf .

My China built left tilt contractor saw has the nut on the right ( facing the saw)(so a right hand thread ...reason being if the blade slips the nut tightens vs the nut loosening and the blade comes off...nut on left, left hand thread same reason) and it looks to be a type of Acme and no doubt a metric type of Acme.
My caliper is to big to get in there to check the pitch and you want a 2MM pitch ..so about .0787" spacing on the threads.

You need a left hand "metric Acme" nut so this link may be the ticket ......good luck.
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Trapezoidal metric is 30*,Acme is 29....metric acme is metric major/minor with 29* thread form angle.

So,which is it?
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Trapezoidal metric is 30*,Acme is 29....metric acme is metric major/minor with 29* thread form angle.

So,which is it?
ACME due to me purchasing Trapezoidal nut did not fit the arbor. Ordered the nut that tree hugger suggested crossing fingers it works.
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Maybe this will work http://www.ebay.com/itm/Delta-Unisaw...-/391425829678

A left handed metric acme that is actually 15.875 MM( to fit American 5/8" saw blades) is definitely a "special" in the industry that are specific to Asian built saws( American built saws would use a SAE thread).

SAE and Metric use a 60 degree thread angle and SAE Acme uses a 29 degree thread angle , I'm not sure what a "Metric Acme" thread angle is but the point is Acme has to match Acme.

I've built tooling for cold heading and machined custom fasteners for the military,offshore rigs ect and have never came across this size....you won't find this off the shelf .

My China built left tilt contractor saw has the nut on the right ( facing the saw)(so a right hand thread ...reason being if the blade slips the nut tightens vs the nut loosening and the blade comes off...nut on left, left hand thread same reason) and it looks to be a type of Acme and no doubt a metric type of Acme.
My caliper is to big to get in there to check the pitch and you want a 2MM pitch ..so about .0787" spacing on the threads.

You need a left hand "metric Acme" nut so this link may be the ticket ......good luck.
That did the trick thank you so much for your help the eBay seller had fast shipping . Will be posting model number to help anyone else looking for one.
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So my saw is actually a tradesman model# 1987-b-10m and my arbor was worn out and all the parts for this saw is discontinued . Found the arbor from the Grizzly g1022 was exactly the same length and luckily the bearings press in the same spot as my old arbor. All though I had to order the pulley and the key way also it was $30.00 all together including the arbor. Now knowing that the arbor nut that was discontinued by Grizzly is the same as the delta unisaw 34-802. Hopefully this will help anyone looking for parts for there old tradesman. A special thanks to everyone whom helped with the arbor nut issue.

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