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Looking for a sprocket p/n 821054 for a craftman 12-1/2 planer model no. 113.275120C

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That model number doesnt jive with sears website. im sure if you can spec the current sprocket you can get one from any bearing supplier or mcmaster even

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http://www.toolpartsdirect.com/cgi-bin/schematic.cgi/ryobi/AP10 These guys seem to have parts.

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You can find the manuals for sale for almost all Craftsman units at sears.com and navigate to the craftsman site and then to customer service parts and enter the model number and they will typically show you a parts breakdown of the unit and also offer replacement manuals for sale. Hope This Helps Don

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If you're looking at the planer from the infeed side, there's a belt guard on the right side of the head. Remove it and check the condition of the drive belt. If it's broke the motor will spin without powering the cutterhead and feed rollers. The drive belt is still available as part number 22-563 on sites like http://servicenet.dewalt.com/ and www.ereplacementparts.com. Just put your model number in their search box and find the drive belt in the breakdown.

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SOURCE: how do you change the cutter bar bearings on a delta 12 inch planer

You are looking at a major disassembly to get at the cutter head bearings, everything is built around the cutter head. The motor drives the cutter head on one end of it and the cutter head drives the rollers at the other end. Most of the components have to be removed to get the cutter head and it's bearings out. You can go to www.ereplacementparts.com and do a search on your model number for a good breakdown of your planner and see what you need to remove to get at the cutter head and it's bearings.

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