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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 7:40 pm 
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Hi.....Anyone know what type of thread on this bosch grinder is, it's a bosch GEB 1000 CE...been sat in garage for a while, can't find any type of attachment that will attach onto it in order to use it???

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That type of knurled shaft is normally used as a press fit with another item. I suspect that the tool fitting part has fell or broken off

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yes my thoughts where perhaps a large plastic /rubber disc or component moulded on from new that has now broken off :dunno:

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https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=GEB+1 ... 80&bih=536

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Makes sense guys...sounds like it may be for the bin unfortunately, because yes, the shaft is built into the unit....if i knew a way of fitting an attachment to it then it would obviously be worth keeping, shame as it's in good nik otherwise...

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Looking at the pic below, (taken from one of the pics on my link), there's no shaft on the tool and a set of accessories with shafts.

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Cheers for that ayJay...i took one last attempt in having a look inside & with a bit of fiddlin about i managed to release the spindle of the suggested broken attachment that was lodged in...it now looks clear to fit a new sander or grinder attachment...pain in the **** that was...should have taken a video before taking apart...took me about an extra half hr trying to figure out where the parts went back in....

Thanks all...if not for your responses, i prob wouldn't have bothered having a second go.....Thumbs up.


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Have you managed to get any new bits to go in?

Had one kicking about at work years ago, took almost like an SDS shank tool iirc.
The bit you had stuck in looks like the mandrel of a flap wheel that has disintegrated.

Use the colett type on smaller ones or M14 thread (same as angle grinder) on everything else.

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