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I was just about to go buy new motor brushes for this, but then i realized somebody might have them laying around in their garage that they dont need. If any of you have 1/4" or 5mm motor brushes laying around, i'd definitely put them to use.
Good job, looks great. I love watching tool restorations, this was an enjoyable video, thank you. They don't build them like that anymore for sure. I had a good laugh on the forgotten brush, it happens to the best of us.
Helped immensely! Got mine back in parts after sharpening. The part of the video showing the brush fix was helpful for sure!
Thanks for posting. I have one just like it. Took it apart to sharpen and those pesky nuts for the bottom screws fell out. So... Tore it all apart and couldn't get the brushes figured out, your video helped (alas, I lost one end when it shot put somewhere). The washer on the gear also helped. You go girl!!
I used the exact same model a few weeks ago. It worked great -- definitely beats loppers. My tool -- purchased at "Curb Mart" is in even better shape. You have to love that polished housing.
Encouraging to see methodically and carefully repaired. Thanks
I have my Dad's 8120, looks identical in & out. I still use it. Thanks for the video.
I got one of these at goodwill for about $6. It seems really functional, too functional even. My dad assumed it was from the 80s but it's nearly 80 years old itself.
My uncle had two of them old black and Decker hedge trimmers
My parents have one just like that. It still works great.
I can tell you when it comes to springs, it is next to impossible to find what you need. You have to make what you need. Very simple to do fella too. My hardware store has a wall of springs and I always had to settle for something close but no cigar, if you know what I mean. Peace
Good for you for getting that together. I've had a few of them over the years.
I don’t think your brushes are sparking too much, I just got mine today and it’s totally stock and spark inside looks same as yours. I would ground it properly though, with that metal case. Be careful - I accidentally cut through my extension cord today, very easy to do! No injuries but the fireworks were impressive and surprising. Fixed the extension cord right away, no problem but no fun!! Thanks for this video, not many on this unit out there.
Wow its really nice watching you refurbishing old stuff :)
I have a few old black and decker drills those are indestructable! Btw perhaps you can modify this trimmer so it can cut bricks? :D
Looks like a model U272 16" deluxe double-edged model... this was the most popular model B&D made; its double-insulated successor, the model 8124, was equally common.
good job. a practical restoration. you probably saved 100$
I found old vacuum cleaner motors to be a source for replacement brushes, assuming they are the right size.