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​Bench Wheel Reducing Bushing

1" Steel

Wheel Hole Reducing Bushing
1" Steel

Bench Wheel Reducing Bushing  are valuable accessories for bench grinder, particularly when you need to adapt grinding wheels with varying arbor hole sizes to fit your grinder's arbor. These spacers or adapters play a crucial role in making your bench grinder more versatile and accommodating different grinding wheels sizes. They are essential for ensuring a secure and proper fit, which is vital for safe and effective grinding operations. Whether you have grinding wheels with larger or smaller arbor holes, these spacers help bridge the gap and enable you to use a variety of wheels with a single grinder, improving the flexibility and functionality of your grinding equipment.

  • Three Sizes: These adapters come in three sizes, all with the same length. These sizes are 1/2 inch, 5/8 inch, and 3/4 inch inner diameter (ID). Having multiple sizes ensures that you can use them with various thick bench grinding wheels.

  • Quality Material: The Reducing Bushing  adapters are made of quality stainless steel, which provides durability, rust prevention, and hardness. This ensures that they can withstand the demands of daily use without deteriorating quickly.

  • Easy Application: These adapters are designed for easy and straightforward application. They won't deform or break easily, contributing to their longevity and reliability.

  • Improved Efficiency: By using these adapters, you can effectively operate your bench grinder with different grinding wheels, enhancing your working efficiency. They allow you to switch between wheels of varying arbor sizes without needing multiple grinder or excessive downtime.

  • Set includes 1/2"x5/8"x1  5/8"x3/4"x1" 3/4"x1"x1"  each one pc

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