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    Glenn, That appears to be the handle on my...

    Glenn,
    That appears to be the handle on my Craftsman table saw. I cann't if your picture is of a Craftsman saw though.
    Anyway, the Craftsmans model does not describe it as a bevel lock clamp screw...
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    Craftsman table saw blade alignment

    To all woodworkers who have table saws:
    I have a 1965 Sears Craftsman 10" contractors table saw, model number 113. 29901.
    I've posted several questions regarding this saw relating to upgrade and...
  3. Tom, My further question is, with six trunnion...

    Tom,
    My further question is, with six trunnion bolts should I loosen all six or leave one tight? I can reach the front right and middle bolts if you are at the front of the saw.
    I have installed...
  4. To Tom Henderson2 specifically, but to all others...

    To Tom Henderson2 specifically, but to all others who have replied to my question:
    With the Craftsman model 113.29901, it appears to be very difficult, if not possible, to loosen the front trunnion...
  5. aligning a blade to the miter slot on a vintage Craftsman table saw

    Good morning fellow woodworkers.
    I've posted a couple of previous messages regarding a Sears Craftsman 10" contrator table saw, model number 113.29901.
    I'm working on achieving improved blade...
  6. Questions regarding aligning a vintage Craftsman radial arm saw model number 113

    This my 3rd post, the second regarding a 1965 era RAS model number 113. Iíve cleaned it, lubricated it in the appropriate spots, and made a new table, and installed a detachable scarifical cutting...
  7. Earl, thanks for your guidance reguarding the...

    Earl, thanks for your guidance reguarding the cutting table and fence. I made the cutting table from 1" thick MDF material, just as the original one was. I kept the measurements the same. I'm now...
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    I have a 1965 Craftsman table saw. From your...

    I have a 1965 Craftsman table saw. From your description of your table saw with each trunnion having 2 bolts, a PALS kit would help you solve the initial challlenge of establishing the blade being...
  9. This is an update narrative in my goal to update...

    This is an update narrative in my goal to update the vintage RAS:
    1. no one has responded to my question regarding the cutting table: why do cuts have to be made into the table at 90 degrees and 45...
  10. Earl, thanks for all of your input!! My intention...

    Earl, thanks for all of your input!! My intention is to make this saw fully function with an improved cutting table.
    I would be interested in the components of the retro kit and am willing to talk...
  11. Dave, I have the model you are referring to with...

    Dave, I have the model you are referring to with the on/off switch and the small tab key on the top of the arm. It is my understanding that the key remains in place to use the saw.
    I am not aware of...
  12. vintage Craftsman radial arm saw tune-up/upgrade

    To all vintage Craftsman power tool owners/woodworkers who love to bring tools to life, for information and guidance:
    I own a 1965 Craftsman 10" radial arm saw, model number 113.29410. My father...
  13. installing an after market rip fence system onto a 1965 Craftsman 10" table saw #113

    To all vintage Craftsman table saw owners, I am in need of recommendations for an after market rip fence system for 10" bench style table saw, model number 113.29901.
    I posted a previous message...
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    Curt, thanks for the advice. Please explain...

    Curt, thanks for the advice. Please explain further about the pulleys you've updated. What is a single sheave pulley? I found a tool site, in-line Industries that sells after market pulleys, along...
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    Lisa, Thanksfor the recommendation. To confirm,...

    Lisa, Thanksfor the recommendation. To confirm, with this brand of fence system there is no need to make additional holes into the table sides of the Craftsman 10" contractors table saw model no....
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    Lee, again thanks for your experienced advice! I...

    Lee, again thanks for your experienced advice! I plan on using the RAS for cross cuts predominately and possibly angled cuts.
    Mark
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    Lee, Your recommendations and descriptions of...

    Lee,
    Your recommendations and descriptions of what you have cut on your Craftsman table have been very useful. Aside from my emotional attachment to my table saw, which isn't extreme, I'm 70 years...
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    Thanks Will. I'mgetting the impression that the...

    Thanks Will. I'mgetting the impression that the Craftsman table saw's life can be extended depending on cost, intensity of use, and needed precision.
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    Lee, thanks for the advice! your suggestions will...

    Lee, thanks for the advice! your suggestions will be useful to tune-up the table saw further to obtain more precise cuts. The cost of a new motor and upgraded fence system (Shop Fox or...
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    Tom, I've come to realize this. My table saw...

    Tom, I've come to realize this. My table saw requires constant care which I don't mind giving since I brought it back to life, in addition to a same age radial arm saw, and several hand planes which...
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    Thanks Tom for the advice!

    Thanks Tom for the advice!
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    Thanks Michael for the referral!

    Thanks Michael for the referral!
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    Thanks Leo. I've found it on Amazon. I have to...

    Thanks Leo. I've found it on Amazon. I have to check for parallelism of the blade to the miter slot first. I gotten a lot of good advice on this first posting.
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    Glenn, I had the wrong number. Correct model...

    Glenn, I had the wrong number. Correct model number is 113.29901.
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    Lisa, Thanks for the advice. It's nice to know...

    Lisa,
    Thanks for the advice. It's nice to know there are people who are using vintage machines. I've done some basic alignment of the blade (vertical and horizontal to the table surface) using a...
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