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    BobL is online now Member: Blue and white apron brigade
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    It's not a HD machine so I reckon even one key would be OK, 2 if you want to be able to hand it onto your grandies.

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    Default Rockwell Bandsaw Identification, Help and Conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by BobL View Post
    It's not a HD machine so I reckon even one key would be OK, 2 if you want to be able to hand it onto your grandies.
    Thanks BobL. I was going to go for 2 as I thought it would be less likely to bind as I moved it along the shaft vs 1. This part will be the drive of the dog clutch and need to move along the shaft to engage the others.

    2 it is.

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