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 Post subject: Kity Planer 636
PostPosted: Wed Mar 19, 2008 7:21 pm 
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Can anyone out there help me, I'm after a replacement handwheel for my Kity 636 Planer Thicknesser, it's the one which adjusts the height of the lower table for thicknessing.

I'm also after a replacement drivebelt, it's the one which drives the feed roller and not the one for the cutter block.

The belt size is 710mm x 6mm, I've sent an e-mail to Kity uk and received a reply from Toolmartuk, I guess they must be the uk agents, below is part of their e-mail reply to me.

[color=red]Dear Clive,

We regards to your recent enquiry, prices are as follows:



* Belt 710 x 6 £29.99
* VAT & carriage not included

We supply Kity machines, spares, belts, planer blades, saw blades spindle tooling etc. We specialise in the older machines & many of the parts are still available. If you require spare parts you will need to give the part number from your manual, if we do not hold the stock in the UK then we can then put through an enquiry for availability with Kity France.

Archive copies of Kity Manuals are available, they consist of two parts the Operational section & full spare part breakdown section. The manuals for individual machines cost £25.00 & combination machines from £30.00 to £35.00 [/color]

I don't particularly want to fork out for a manual just to get the part number for the wheel.

I suppose I'm thinking the above company could have e-mailed Kity or looked in a manual themselves for the number.

Question does anyone know the part number for the handwheel on this machine and where I could purchase one, together with a drivebelt.

If the drivebelt is over £29.99, I'm having nightmares about the possible price for the handwheel.



Many thanks

Clive


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clive of india wrote:
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Can anyone out there help me, I'm after a replacement handwheel for my Kity 636 Planer Thicknesser, it's the one which adjusts the height of the lower table for thicknessing.

I'm also after a replacement drivebelt, it's the one which drives the feed roller and not the one for the cutter block.

The belt size is 710mm x 6mm, I've sent an e-mail to Kity uk and received a reply from Toolmartuk, I guess they must be the uk agents, below is part of their e-mail reply to me.

Dear Clive,

Hi clive.
i have a Kity 636 planer. The part number for the timber feed belt is (2301) if you want i can scan the manual and send you a pic. regarding the handwheel that lowers the table i don't have the part number but you could fit a common socket , weld it to a round plate and there's no need to buy an expensive handwheel. if you do not understand me clearly contact me and i will draw you a diagram.
victor

We regards to your recent enquiry, prices are as follows:



* Belt 710 x 6 £29.99
* VAT & carriage not included

We supply Kity machines, spares, belts, planer blades, saw blades spindle tooling etc. We specialise in the older machines & many of the parts are still available. If you require spare parts you will need to give the part number from your manual, if we do not hold the stock in the UK then we can then put through an enquiry for availability with Kity France.

Archive copies of Kity Manuals are available, they consist of two parts the Operational section & full spare part breakdown section. The manuals for individual machines cost £25.00 & combination machines from £30.00 to £35.00


I don't particularly want to fork out for a manual just to get the part number for the wheel.

I suppose I'm thinking the above company could have e-mailed Kity or looked in a manual themselves for the number.

Question does anyone know the part number for the handwheel on this machine and where I could purchase one, together with a drivebelt.

If the drivebelt is over £29.99, I'm having nightmares about the possible price for the handwheel.



Many thanks

Clive

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Hi victor, many thanks for the part number for the feed drive belt.

The table rise and fall handwheel sits on top of a splined steel shaft, having said that yes I would very much appreciate a diagram of how it could be modified to save buying a new handwheel.

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Hi clive,
Attached find photo of Kity Planer 636 showing handwheel. On the Splined shaft fit a socket . a cheap box will surely have one that fits. Cut a 3 inch diameter steel disk ( even a straight flat bar will do) and weld the socket to the centre of the disc or flat bar. at the edge of the disc or flat bar drill a quater inch hole and fix a 1 1/2 inch bolt so that you can turn the disc or flatbar,
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Hi clive,
Attached find photo of Kity Planer 636 showing handwheel. On the Splined shaft fit a socket . a cheap box will surely have one that fits. Cut a 3 inch diameter steel disk ( even a straight flat bar will do) and weld the socket to the centre of the disc or flat bar. at the edge of the disc or flat bar drill a quater inch hole and fix a 1 1/2 inch bolt so that you can turn the disc or flatbar,
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Hi Victor

Many thanks for the drawings, looks a simple enough modification that will do fine for me, I'm off to find a socket to fit the splined shaft.

Once again many thanks for your help.

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TRY N.M.A Huddersfield they are the main importers.


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Found 2 kity original belts which you can have for 12.50 each if youy still need them.
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Hello Joaliff
I am a national of the Commonwealth of Dominica in the West Indies

Presently I am in urgent need of the drive belts for the KITY Planer and Thickneesser model 635/636 as well as the belt for the KITY Circular Saw model 617

Belt size 810mm x 20mm (uncrossed)

Belt size 1120mm x 20mm (crossed)

If you are unable to supply could you indicate where the items can be purchased?

My contact info is:
Francis Richards
email: richardsf@cwdom.dm


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I don't think Joaliff has been online for a number of month Francis.

I could give you a likely supplier in this country, if they would deal with shipping, i have no idea...

http://www.bearingboys.co.uk/

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Hi Francis

Posts normally come into my inbox but it is empty so I dont know whats happened there.

Very busy at the moment I will check to see if I have those sizes.

I have a feeling that the 810 is now 15mm wide.

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Looks like i was wrong :oops:

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I have both those belts apart from the 810 x 20 is now 810 x 15mm both genuine kity, if you want them let me know.


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joaliff
hello there, i am in desperate need of a belt for my kity planner thicknesser, i am getting no response from kity uk but noticed your posts on this forum.i need a 710x6 feed drive belt , i would be gratefull if you could help,
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trailertrash wrote:
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hello there, i am in desperate need of a belt for my kity planner thicknesser, i am getting no response from kity uk but noticed your posts on this forum.i need a 710x6 feed drive belt , i would be gratefull if you could help,
regards
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I will have a look and see whats in my old belt stock and let you know.


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