10-inch craftsman radial arm saw

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Old 04-23-05, 05:42 AM
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Cool 10-inch craftsman radial arm saw

Just inherited my late father in law's Craftsman, 10 inch radial arm saw (model number 113.198111). Dear ol dad had done something with the owners manual. As I have never had one (used 'em in woodshop 30 years ago), I do not know how to align the old girl. Cuts are between 1/16th of an inch and 1/8 of an inch off square when cutting the full length. I could probably figure it out if I was ambitious, but . . . I'm looking for immediate gratification.
Is there a quick guide somewhere out there in webland? And, does anybody know about this saw . . . dependable, dangerous? It seems okay to me.
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Old 04-24-05, 03:00 AM
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I have a 113.199200, which I think is close enough the adjustments will be the same. Leave me a private message w/ your E-mail add and I'll copy the pertinent pages and E-mail them to you.
I bought mine from an 80 yr old friend a couple of yrs ago and luckily he still had the manual for it.
Mike
 
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Old 04-24-05, 03:43 AM
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I think these Craftsman are pretty close for the set-up
But if mla2ofus' directions don't work I can scan and send you mine
Mine's pretty old though...
But it still kicks butt
 
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