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And done. Well, almost, we're getting there. :)
Pretty minor as my rebuilds go, really not much more than and strip and repaint.
There were a few minor 'repairs', such as straightening the switch guard, smoothing out
the motor plate and reattaching it with some teeny 4-40 screws, and replacing the original
self-tapping wheel guard screws with longer, proper 1/4"-20 machine screws.
I also replaced the wire wheel with a new Norton 60-grit rock to complement the old 36-grit on the other side.
Total investment so far, about $60.
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