Foredom S-10805 Square Drive Shaft for Series H motors
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There are two different kinds of replacement inner shafts for discontinued Series H Motors. Be careful when ordering. Be sure to expose the entire inner shaft to determine which style you need:
1. The 45-3/4" square drive shaft featured here has a
square drive tip on the handpiece end and a coupling on the other end for attaching to
the motor. When used as replacement on a discontinued Series H motor (that uses this style shaft), it
should be partnered with the S-10802A heavy duty sheath (which includes
the SS10822 silencer spring). Depending on your needs, you may want to
consider purchasing the S-10804B, which is a complete
2. The S-10805/45 is the other style inner shaft for discontinued Series H motors. It has square drive tips on BOTH ENDS and no coupling. It partners with the S-10802A heavy duty outer sheath.
Optional Shorter Length for Series SRH, TXH and LXH Motors:
This square drive shaft, when used for replacement on a Series SRH, TXH or LXH motor, should be matched with the S-10802TX heavy duty sheath. It includes the SS10822 silencer spring and is available separately. Depending on your needs, you may want to consider purchasing the S-10804TX, which is a complete shaft/sheath/silencer assembly.
Square drive shafts can only be used with Foredom's square drive handpieces. See related products below.IMPORTANT NOTE:
S-10805 Shaft MUST ship via UPS in larger carton to avoid damage (bending) that could occur if shipped in smaller, USPS carton.
Note: For all International Orders, the buyer will be solely responsible for the customs clearance, duty, and taxes imposed on the package.
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