Old Crafstman Table Saw Parts

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Old 07-31-00, 08:00 PM
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Does anyone know of a repair parts supplier for older ('50's - 60's) Sears Craftsman bench tools? I have a 1950's table saw that needs some repair, but Sears no longer supports it. Shame to have to give up such a good tool.

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Old 08-03-00, 04:32 PM
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What kinds of repairs are you talking about? I may have an outlet, but need to know a little detail first.


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Old 08-03-00, 04:59 PM
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by More than a Carpenter:
What kinds of repairs are you talking about? I may have an outlet, but need to know a little detail first.


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Sorry -- messed this one up. Real message follows. rpr3



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Old 08-03-00, 05:04 PM
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by rpr3:
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Hi -- What I have is a Craftsman 8" table saw, model 113.27701. It lacks the entire blade guard assembly, Sears part no. 9-2771. The saw works perfectly, but I'm a little nervous with the blade whizzing around unprotected. Also, the guard has a "splitter" blade, that keeps the workpiece separated during ripping operations.
Thanks for your response!
rpr3 (upstate NY)

 
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