Item # 14112 BRAND: Eastwood

Replacement Standard Drive Roller (Keyway Style) for Eastwood MIG 135 Welder

Replacement keyway-style drive roller for the MIG 135 #12011
Replacement keyway-style drive roller for the MIG 135 #12011
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Replacement keyway-style drive roller for the MIG 135 #12011
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Replacement Standard Drive Roller (Keyway Style) for Eastwood MIG 135 Welder

Description

Replacement Standard Drive Roller (Keyway Style) for Eastwood MIG 135 Welder

Contents

Includes: 1 Standard Drive roller for the MIG135 with key way style mount.

FAQs

There are 4 different drive rollers for the Eastwood MIG135. 1. Standard replacment drive roller for the set screw style mount (13387). 2. Knurled drive roller for the set screw style mount (13790). 3. Standard replacement drive roller for the key way style mount (14112). 4. Knurled drive roller for the key way style mount (14113).

Accessories

Eastwood Mig 135 Standard Drive Rollerkeyway Style Replacement For Eastwood Welder Mig135

Safety Information

Make sure welder is turned off and unplugged before attempting to install this drive roller.

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Questions & Answers

I received a Eastwood MIG 135 welde #12001. I am using .035 flux core weld wire but the wire will not feed threw the torch. The drive wheel turns but it doesn't seem to feed the wire threw the torch. I've adjusted the pressure many times without luck.

Asked by: James
We sell knurled drive rollers which helps push flux wire through much better in comparison to these standard drive rollers for solid core MIG wire. Please contact us in Tech at 800-343-9353 so we can determine which one you need.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-07-31

could you tell me what the inside diameter is on this part? I want to see if it will fix an old machine I have,

Asked by: mountaincat69
The inside diameter is slightly less than 2 cm.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2016-08-29

how do yoy ket the roller off? Mine won't come off

Asked by: Jerry
Hello Max, If you have a key way drive roller and it will not come off, make sure that there are no Alan key openings on the drive roller itself. If there is not Alan key opening, take a small hammer and gently tap on the wheel to get it to brake loose from the shaft. Once it is off take some lubricant grease and place it on the inside of the wheel where it meets the shaft to keep it from ceasing onto the shaft.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2014-09-23
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Replacement Standard Drive Roller (Keyway Style) for Eastwood MIG 135 Welder
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