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post #1 of 5 Old 11-09-2009, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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WoodRiver 4-Jaw Chuck

I have a WoodRiver 1" x 8 TPI Self-Centering 4-Jaw Chuck(146801) from Woodcraft. I just got the #1 & #3 jaws for it.

I'm happy with the chuck.

However, I see many different types of jaws for other brands of chuck. Do any of these jaws fit the Wood River?
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-09-2009, 12:30 PM
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Maybe, maybe not. Jaws occasionally will fit another chuck but not usually. This is the place to ask. If someone has tried it you might get an answer. I have Vicmarc chucks and one old Nova chuck and the jaws aren't interchangeable. I also have a Grizzly chuck but it is a copy of the vicmarc and the jaws are interchangeable on it.
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I have that same chuck. Woodcraft has a variety of jaws for that particular chuck, but I think you have at least half of them...

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I work at Woodcraft, and the only jaws that fit are the Wood River brand jaws.
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Apple Ridgerunner,

Thank you!
That is conclusive!

I sent for the Large Flat Jaws Chuck yesterday, so now I'll have
the complete set.

BTW on a survey from WoodCraft, I suggested that the company
open a store in Nassau County, Long Island, NY. We do not have
a real woodworking store on LI, and there's a lot of empty commercial
space in the area.

Joe Crivelli
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