to prevent movement of the grinder when pressure is applied against a grinding wheel. To mount your bench
grinder, follow the steps below:
1. Cut out the template on the dotted line and tape it down to your workbench where you want to mount the
tool. Don't forget about the availability of an electric socket. The word "FRONT" indicates the position of
the front of the grinder.
2. Using a centerpunch, mark the centers of the two holes shown in the template.
3. Remove the template and drill the appropriate size holes in the places you marked.
a. If fastening to a metal surface drill 1/4" holes and use 1/4" hex head machine screws and nuts.
b. If fastening to a wood surface drill pilot holes and use 1/4" hex head wood screws. (Hardware not includ-
4. Be sure to use screws with heads large enough so that they don't go completely through the base of the
grinder. If needed, flat washers can be used to correct such a problem.
5. When tightening down on the screws, be careful to avoid compressing the rubber feet too much. If they
are over compressed they will not be able to do their job of absorbing vibration.
NEVER ATTEMPT TO USE YOUR BENCH GRINDER UNLESS IT IS FIRMLY BOLTED TO A WORKBENCH OR
TURN OFF TOOL AND DISCONNECT FROM POWER SUPPLY.
CHANGE ACCESSORIES WHEN THE SPARK GUARD CAN NO LONGER BE ADJUSTED TO 1/16" FROM THE
OTHER RIGID FRAME.