Corded Tool Replacement Parts
Your corded tools are built for heavy duty jobs with strong motors that have more power than cordless models. When it comes time to replace a part you want to find a reliable option that will last. Although many parts are similar to cordless tool replacement parts, corded power tool parts are rated for more powerful machines. With a selection that ranges from smaller parts like bearings and chuck keys, to larger components like replacement sandpaper and grinding wheels, Sears can take care of your power tool replacement part needs.
Repair your power tools with corded tool replacement parts
Power tools are built to handle heavy use and tough projects. These kinds of jobs put their parts under heavy stress. Routine maintenance will keep your machines running smoothly for a while, but eventually you'll have to replace a part. Keeping a well-stocked pool of replacement part options will keep you from having to quit mid-job and run to the hardware store.
Keeping up maintenance on your drill press is a must if you want to have it working at maximum power. One of the pieces that is lost or broken most often is the chuck key. You'll need this small piece to change out drill bits. Fortunately, if you lose it, you can find the right replacement so you can keep using all the features of your drill. Sears also has a number of drill press on/off switches as well as other components to keep one of your largest shop investments running at full strength.
One of your most used corded power tools is going to be your sander. Keeping a steady supply of various grit ratings is necessary so that you can have replacements when you've worn a sheet of sandpaper out. Having enough options on hand also lets you move to a lower grade grit as your piece becomes smoother. You can also find replacement spindles for your oscillating spindle sander. Since this part works the hardest, it will be the most likely to become damaged over time.
Like your sander, corded drills are versatile tools that are going to see quite a bit of use and require some replacement parts. An attachment that will get worn down quickly is the grinding wheel. The highly abrasive surfaces it comes in contact with will wear it down with heavy use. Replacing your grinding wheel often will keep your projects moving efficiently. It's also important to inspect and replace your drill chuck periodically as needed. Keeping the chuck in good condition will ensure both efficient operation and safety by preventing your drill from losing hold of a bit as it runs.
With regular inspections and part changes, you will be able to extend the life of your corded tools and get the most out of your investment. Sears has all the replacement parts you need to get the maximum power out of your power tools.