Carbide Cutter Blade

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  Carbide Cutter Blade  for the "Gracey" Brass Trimmer.  Yes. a Carbide Blade so you won't have to sharpen or replace the Orig. Blade again. The B Jones Blade fits in the original slot on the Gracey's shaft, only a few minutes are required to adjust from one calibre to another.  One Size Fits All; from   .223 up to .338.  I put my blade on my  Gracey about 7 years ago and haven't moved it since....around 53,000  pieces of .308  so far.  Tells you that GRACEY has the Only Brass Trimmer I'll ever need.
 

                                                                                                           THIS IS HOW THE BLADE LOOKS
                                                                                                   INSTALLED ON A "GRACEY"

Carbide

Carbide Blade for the Gracey T

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    TIPS FOR INSTALLING :  The area inside the 'red' square is what you see when looking down on the blade when it's installed into the Gracey Shaft.  The  "V" Notch is the cutting surface of the blade. NOTE : there are  3  "V"s, one for each decade of trimming.  When you look into the shell-holder, the  blade facing up, as pictured, and the blade is on the 3:00 side of the view  [ inside the blue box].  Now 'snug' the setscrew against the blade.  Put a piece of brass into the shell-holder with the edge into the "V" Notch.  HINT : If you twist the blade slightly 'counter-clockwise' before you tighten the setscrew, the blade will twist 'clockwise ' when the setscrew is tightened. With a few minutes of "Tinkering", the desired angle you want will be set.

Wiring the Dayton Motor to the Electrical source.
Step 1. Twist the Black and the Brown wires together.
Step 2. Twist the White and the Blue wires together.
Step 3. You may then "Quick Connect" each pair of wires to each end of an electric cord. (cut the  end  off a new 10 ft. extension cord).
Step 4. For Electrical Power control, I suggest you wire the connections through a wall switch for lights. A box and switch is just a few dollars at the local hardware store. See photo below for wiring the light switch option.

   PRODUCT COMMENTS
   E-Mail Response From GREG:
         ........ I just wanted to let you know that the  cutter is a real   no-no. No  problem to install and adjust,  No  burrs or chatter  marks inside  or outside the finished case, No  heavy pressure required to make it cut,  No  blisters or sore fingers,  No gorilla grip required to keep the case from rotating in your hand, and it trims a whole lot of cases in No  time. It makes a good trimmer a lot better.
        ..........After the Holidays, I'll order 2 more, for my other Gracy's.   Greg  And  He did buy [2] more. Thanks

UP-DATE:
    I'll try to answer the questions concerning the 3,000 RPM  Motor, here:  With a 3,000 RPM Motor, it seems the Carbide, has less tendency to Catch or Dig, into the Trimmed surfaces of the Brass, therfore you can Trim more brass, faster, with less finger irritation.  The motor I use is a "Grainger"  model   ## 3M292,  1/8 hp., 3,000 RPM.  It is larger in diameter than the Gracey Trimmer is designed to use. After mounting the motor to a board with 'Plumbers-Tape', I only had to use flat washers, to elevate the Trimmer to the correct height, and then connect the  2  shafts together with Automotive fuel hose, and  2 fuel hose clamps.  ...BOB...

UP-DATE: 05 FEB '03
    Recently there have been a few questions about the "Pros and Cons" of having the 3,000 RPM Motor on a Gracey Trimmer.  I first assembled my Gracey when Mr. Gracey was recommending the use of a 3/8th's inch electric drill to spin the shaft.  The noise of the drill motor will make the user (Auto-Mechanic for over 30 years) think; "There's gotta' be a better method."  The first 1,500 RPM Motor had insufficient power and More Horse Power came with More RPM.  Now, after 11 years of 3,000 RPM, The Gracey is "Flawless !"
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up-dated 20 Oct 08