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    Up for sale today is this Silvey 300 round grinder that has been converted to run 511/511ax/Oregon Wheels.
    This grinder runs forward and reverse to always run into the cutter.

    Runs and grinds just as it should.

    $300+ shipping

    I got this one from nstueve who had Shawn Carr make the adapter to run the Oregon wheels.

    Explanation of the mechanism that holds the chain from member procarbine2k1,
    “It's not actually a clamp at all, which is the beauty of the grinder. It has 2 pawls (for left and right side cutters) that rest against the back of the tooth. When the wheel comes in contact with the chain, the pawl holds tension on the chain. It makes grinding quick, because their is no clamping, and the operator can hand feed the chain as fast as they can grind the chain.”



    It's been converted to Oregon grinding wheels so you don't have to buy Silvey branded wheels. Has positive locking chain vice so your tooth doesn't move during grinding and no need to clamp the tooth every time you move the chain forward. The up and down adjustment allows you to set the wheel to grind symmetrically no matter how far you grind down your stone. These also have a very short throw so you aren't pulling your grinder head down 5-6 inches every time you grind a cutter.

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    I Must have been too high on the price. $300+ shipping.


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    Had one of these and liked the job it did. Seem to be well built.
     
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    Still have one - just to be clear there is no clamp/lock for the chain , one just holds the chain back against the notched pawls
     
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    I went through this grinder when it was at my shop. It left with a new motor, new chain stop pawls, new quick angle stop selector, as well as the stone arbor for 7/8" center wheels.

    These are great little grinders, I have one personally I use to do round ground as well as take gullets out on square ground.
     
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    Is the Stone Arbor for 7/8” all that’s needed to convert these to Oregon wheels?

    Do you sell those?


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    Yes, the arbor, washer and nut are what’s needed to convert to 7/8” stones.

    I make them to order $125.
     
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    Sold Pending Funds.


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    Hello is sylvey grinder available
     
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    It Sold.


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    Can i ask a question, i have one silvey chain grinder 510 like the one you had for sell mine has a burnup motor any idea ware i can get a remplacement motor
     
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    Call Madsen’s in Washington tomorrow morning & tell them your problem.

    They are on Pacific time so try around 11est.

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    So are you.


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    Any Luck?


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    Yes i call madsens and they ard crazy motor price almost 500 dollars for just the motor, i also have a swing harm simington 450 square grind im getting a new motor for it now i just havd to figure out how to wired a switch to go forward and reverse , the you know sbout other plase besides madsens the hss the a motor for the silvey 510
     
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    oem prices are outside left field. and getting worse. I just finished repairing a 5' knife grinder- oem price of repair parts a little north of $3000, Due diligence, $500 that includes having a custom sheeve ( belt pulley) made. Murphy jumped from that machine to 2 others one of which they want $1500 for motor assembly. Ain't going to happen. The other unit is an electrical problem - I have it semi isolated to the motor control circuits-specifically the contactor coil circuits- possible the emergency stop circuit. i have to move a bunch of stuff to get better access to the electrical cabinet. I need to spin the 1000+ lbs machine around some to do this. Dang cabinet is at floor level and there are a pair of glass slow blow fuses about six inches back inside stuck in a corner and of course the singe phase step down transformer is right in front and slightly below them restricting access. Unit operates on 3 phase. 3 phase circuits are good to go. So much fun on 40+ year old equipment.
     
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    I don't know of any replacement motors for those. Maybe you can have a good electric motor repair shop fix it.
     
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    If anyone knows of a Silvey grinder that needs a new home, feel free to message me
    Top dollar paid for right machine.
    Thanks!!
     
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