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Thread: older orbital sander parts

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    Unhappy older orbital sander parts

    I have been looking all over the place for a new 6" sanding pad. I have a TXE 150 random orbital sander that was made by AEG and imported by CP (early 1970s??). The part number is 932 341 259. However, Milwaukee Tools also had the same model with a different Catalog number, 6020-02. The part on this model is 49-36-7002.

    The sanding pad is a 6 in hook and loop with a solid rubber base and structural framework that had 16 holes in it (the regular 5 or 6 hole will work okay.

    Does anybody know of old tool part dealers that might have one? I've tried Milwaukee and they no longer have any. The delta 6" pad screw holes do not line up. (the delta has 4 holes widely spaced while this pad has three)

    The motor works great on this and I hate to lose the tool for this type of part.

    Alternatively does anybody stock sticky 6" hook and loop pads I can put on (after cutting the holes)?

    Thanks for any help or suggestions

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    John, here's a page to contact AEG with your parts request:

    http://www.aeg-pt.com/internet/AEGkontakt.nsf/frm2003ContactGB!OpenForm

    EDIT: Well apparently this page won't link. It is the "Contact" page that can be accessed from the below page.


    Here is a page that lists your sander model:

    http://www.aeg-pt.com/%5Cinternet/ae...tartKey=TXE150

    I'm not sure what the "HF-No." numbers mean but apparently they still maintain parts for this sander.


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    Mark Rios

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