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Hi, this is Mark from ereplacementparts.com. In this video, I'm going to show you how to remove and replace the spindle in a drill press. The spindle is the part of the drill press that actually rotates the chuck and it's located inside the quill. The spindle can become bent if the drill press is overloaded. Also, there are two bearings that connect the quill to the spindle. If those bearings fail, you'll need to remove the spindle to replace them and I'm going to show you how to do that. Okay, let's get started. First, we'll remove the drill chuck. For more information about how to do this, check out our video about how to remove a drill press chuck. Next, we'll remove the belt. Now, we're on the side of the press where the quill spring is located. Next to that, there's a small screw. This screw is what keeps the quill from moving side to side in the press. We need to remove that. Next, take off the nut and then the set screw will unthread. Now, we can move on to the quill spring itself. This spring is under a lot of tension, so we have to be careful here. We're going to start by removing the outermost nut. There are two nuts here because the two nuts together keep the proper tension on that spring. So, remove the outermost nut first. Be careful not to unthread this inner nut while I do this. Okay, now we can move on to that inner nut. I want to back it off but not all the way. You'll notice on the press right here, there's a little lip and that lip fits onto a notch. These two together are what are holding the tension on that spring. You'll...