Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
Wolverine question - I'm feeling stupid

Pete
>I just got rid of my stock grinding wheels on my Woodcraft grinder and replaced them with Oneway wheels tonight. A little background: I got the Wolverine and set it all up a few years ago when I first got into woodworking, then had kids, and didn't turn for a while. Now I'm trying to get back into the swing of things again.

After installing the new wheels, I noticed that the arms are not properly centered under the grinder wheels. I feel silly saying this but I'm having a HECK of a lot of trouble centering them JUST right. Is there a trick to doing this or am I just being an idiot? I think I need to call it a night, hit the sack, and start fresh tomorrow evening when I get home from work!!

At least my wheels are properly balanced and spinning true now. I'm halfway there!!! ; )

Thanks!
Pete

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