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Old 10-08-2017, 11:58 AM
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Way back when we used to listen to music on vinyl, the turntables had a part called an idler wheel.


I think an idler wheel, with its rubber surface, would work better than a hard plastic wheel or a metal bearing. Or, you could just stretch an o-ring over the plastic screen wheel like putting a tire on a wheel. Either way, rubber on metal should be reasonably quiet.
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Old 10-09-2017, 07:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Diggler View post
Good to know. Also have some bearings that I plan on modding those little plastic clips that are supposed to keep the barrels level but end up wearing a groove in the lid. Will post a pic if I ever get around to it. Will check the Bay for belts!
I put a plastic zip tie around the frame where the lid rubs and let the lid rub the tie. 2 years and still holding.

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