There are several automotive equipment specialists around the country.
You can Google "bubble balancer" micro parts - as I did and found several
potential vendors .......
You can go to a real parts store such as NAPA or Carquest that services
professional shops, and ask them who they deal with for garage
Auto Zone; Manny, Moe, & Jack; and other "retail" auto parts employees
will only give you a blank stare, and ask you the year, make and model of
the car you intend to use it on so they can see if it's in their computer
catalog.....so don't bother.
Go to a REAL auto parts store.
Maybe the NAPA or Carquest store can actually order the part for you......
You could ask a local well-equipped automotive repair facility who services
his shop equipment......
You can go to Home Depot and pick up one of those little $2.50 circular
levels and set it on top of the original bubble assembly.
Micro is now owned by The Coats Company which is a subsidiary of Hennessy
Anyone who sells Coats tire machines or any of the Hennessy Industries
equipment found in automotive shops SHOULD be able to help you.
BTW - I own an M-60 and the part number you are looking for is - 106843
I don't know how much you paid for your balancer, but if you bought it
used, the replacement part price is likely to double your current
investment in wheel balancing.
Click on the "contact" button, plug in your zip code, and you'll be given
information on your nearest Hennessy/Coats distributor.
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