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ID:	1219733 I am looking for some help with my bench (General International) 13" planer. I have an outfeed roller bracket (bearing) damaged and have not had any success in sourcing parts. Possibly some one on the forum has one for parts or a supplier may have some old stock ones.
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    Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

    Here's the entire manual in PDF :

    30-010_ENG.pdf

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      Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

      Please let me know which part you require and I will get you a price. Manual is in John's post

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        Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

        I am looking for part number 30010-90 130067-000 Roller Bracket. Thanks for the quick reply. Thanks John for adding the manual in PDF - I am technology challenged and was having trouble posting a pdf.
        Nick

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          Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

          The 30010-90 roller brackets are $2.94 each.

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            Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

            Edmcanwoodworker - can you supply the bearings/brackets?

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              Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

              yes pm me

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                Re: General International 30-010 bench top planer

                I ended up buying a bearing for a dewalt planer. It was longer - cut it down, slightly taller - milled it down, and the id was larger so I rebushed it with a bronze insert. In hindsight I likely could have fabbed a new bracket (bearing) out of hard maple. The rollers don't turn very fast. We have a lathe, benchtop planer, morrtiser, 20"planer, and a mitre saw all from the general family in the shop. Talk about choosing a lame horse. They work alright now but sourcing parts is an issue

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