Looking for Makita Tool Holder

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  1. R!f@@

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    I came here as the last resort looking for some one to help me.
    Our service center cannot provide the part. Ebay guy said sorry to international shipping.
    The Drill belongs to My brother from mum's side so I like to help him. For that I need some one from here to help me.
    The Drill was bought from Holland. It's a Makita HR2470FT Hammer drill
    I have attached a pdf of the parts. The part no. is 25 from the first page of the pdf.
    It is the Tool holder complete.
    I have attached picture of the part and also the broken area picture.
    The problem is I fount a lot of guys selling the same part but for HR2470 only. Those part does not match with HR2470FT. Hence the dilemma. :(

    I was told by the service center that Holland Makita has the part but getting it is MI (Mission Impossible)
    Can any one find the part for lil' ol' me. I can send money thru paypal.
    I am pleading some one to find this for me.
     
  2. Dr.killjoy

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    Where is the part located at ???
    Have you considered asking a forum to buy it and then ship it to you ???



    Oh I will only help if my scope if I get pics of my scope and it's unharmed and sent to me in one piece lol

    JK lol
     
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  3. Dr.killjoy

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    Also what broke and can it be tig welded for a repair???
     
  4. R!f@@

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    @Dr.killjoy You really like that scope ?
    If you look at it you know it can't be welded.
    I am asking a forum to help.
    I see you did not looked at the pictures
     
  5. Dr.killjoy

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    I looked at the pics later cause my laptop updated and forced shutdown .. I wish I could see the part and see if I could repair it .. Where is the replacement part located at ????
     
  6. R!f@@

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    Inside :p
    Located ?? oh..!
    I guess some one has to contact Makita from the respective country.
    I was looking around and I think I saw one at a site from Netherlands.
    I could need read the language.
     
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  7. tcmtech

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    PFFF...:rolleyes:

    That part is likely made of either cast or billet steel which most any welding and machining shop or home mechanic with a welder and lathe could repair.

    I know I welded up and remachined worse things. ;)
     
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  8. R!f@@

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    Are u telling me it can be welded ?
     
  9. Dr.killjoy

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    You said a guy had one on Ebay and was he located at??
     
  10. R!f@@

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    This is in UK. He does not ship international
     
  11. Dr.killjoy

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    Most times yes but I would tig it to control the heat better and them chuck in a lathe to smooth it out to size..
     
  12. R!f@@

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    I'll check around
     
  13. tcmtech

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    More than likely yes.

    If it was mine I would put it in a vice end to end with a bit of pressure on it to keep it straight and grind the area around where it broke down then build it up with a weld a bit at a time then cut it back to spec on my lathe.
    Or if there was room to spare in the fit of the components I would likely build it up more where I could and make it a bit beefier in that area.

    Either it fixes it or it breaks again and if it breaks again you are no worse off than where you started from. ;)
     
  14. R!f@@

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    OK. I asked a friend to see if welding is possible.
     
  15. R!f@@

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    The Guy was able to take the broken part out.
    He said this thing is hard, can't even file it. He doubt that it can be welded.
     
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