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When it comes to power transmissions, Grainger carries a variety of bushings to help provide stability and efficiency in your operations. Need keyless bushings with 360-degree angular adjustment capability? There's a good chance you'll find the one you're looking for. A reducing bushing can adapt larger bores on pulleys, gears, sprockets and smaller diameter shafts. Stock up on bushings from Grainger and help keep production rolling!

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how to determine the o d of a quick detachable tapered bushing to fit a pulley, the bore in pulley, the bolt dia., ? example; a 7.25 od pulley, has a 1&1/8 bore quick detach bushing, I want to change to a 1&3/8 bore quick detach bushing, how do I determine od of bushing to fit into bore of pulley,, so I can look it up on line in your cat. ? sorry to be trouble, your people in store have been a great help to me, do not know much about tec. stuff.
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QD bushings have a number to denote the series. Also the pulley will have that series stamped on it. Once that is identified (SH or SDS or SD or ? for example) then search that on our site to view all of them so you can select the correct bore size.

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