Where to Buy Parts for Your Tools

One of the most common questions we get is, “I have an old [insert tool name], and I need parts for it. Where can I get them?”

belt sander

I encountered a similar scenario with my favorite belt sander, a Bosch 4×24. Look closely…

end of a belt sander

The platen broke off. :(

belt sander with extra parts

It’s eReplacement Parts to the rescue! They had a platen in stock for this 20-year-old tool.

belt sander on a wooden table

It was a perfect fit! My belt sander is back in business, and I’m a happy camper.

Next time you’re looking for replacement parts, give eReplacement Parts a try. They may have exactly what you need.

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24 Responses to “Where to Buy Parts for Your Tools”

  1. dave

    I have a Bosch 3283DVS R.O. sander and need the coupling for the dust extraction port Or the following Bosch parts: 2605411026 (dust bag), 2605702012 (fitting) and 1609200976 (suction pipe). Can't find them anywhere so any help you can give is appreciated.

  2. Pharris Motley

    Was a Delta dealer. Now I miss getting parts for my tools!

  3. Elke Nelson

    I am looking for a 12t pinion gear for a craftsman 13in. planer model number 351217430. I have searched on sears, Amazon and ebay without success. I am considering having one made but have no idea what the diameter or pitch are as the gear is completely worn. Anybody have any suggestions?


    They are not the only place to get replacement parts, but they are by far the closest one can get to "One Stop Shopping". Here's a tip, whenever I'm looking to buy a used tool, I check out eReplacement.com first to make sure parts are still available, if not, I'll usually pass on it.

  5. Ken Lott

    I need a”inner flange” for a Chicago 7-1/4 Circular Saw 63290. Your help will be greatly appreciated.

  6. LARRY

    Yes, indeed!! I have used them several times. Fortunately, each time, they had exactly what I was seeking and they got it pushed out quickly. I shall continue to look to them for replacement parts in the future. Hey, I'm 75 and it seems like some of my own parts aren't working with as much fluidity as they did 20-30 years ago. Reckon I could find parts at their store to do the trick??? :-)

  7. Steve Lundberg

    I have used eReplacement Parts successfully for a number of years for tool and appliance parts. However, they are not infallible. I attempted to find parts for an old Delta 6" jointer, only to find out that the locking lever is listed as obsolete (unavailable) for the Delta (37-190).

  8. luis BARRAGAN

    I am looking the upper blade guide support for a RYOBI BAND SAW 9 in. BS903. Can you replace it ? Thanks.

  9. William

    I like repair rather than replace.

  10. LEW

    I checked eReplacementparts.com with no luck. They did not have the plastic blade guard for my Craftsman table saw. Nor did they have the replacement cover for my Craftsman 4" belt sander. Ugh!!