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06-19-2014 05:07 AM

Craftsman 21833 saw and cast iron wings - 3 replies

I was wondering if anyone has put cast iron wings from an older Craftsman 113.xxxxx saw on a newer Craftsman 21833 saw. Or if can even be done.

09-26-2013 02:15 AM

New table saw - 7 replies

I have been looking for a Craftsman 113.xxxxx contractor saw for about a year now, and can’t find one anywhere. I have been looking at new ones, and about decided just to get a Craftsman 8330, and a good blade to go with it. I looked at the Rigid 4512 also, but the local store, 30 miles away, does not sell them. I can pick a craftsman up a...

06-29-2013 05:37 PM

Saw blades - 8 replies

I was wondering about tear outs on cuts. Right now I am using a 40 tooth blade on my Craftsman 12” compound miter saw. It is what was on the saw when I bought it. What do I need to look for in a blade to cause less tear out? More teeth, angle of teeth or something else?

04-09-2013 03:54 AM

I made a score at Lowe's - 6 replies

To start it all off, i was setting in the waiting room at the doctor’s office this afternoon. I was thumbing through a magazine that I was not even interested in, and saw a coupon page for Harbor Freight. There it was….. a 25% off coupon. I looked to see if it was still good and it expires in June of 2013. When I left the doctor̵...

03-30-2013 10:23 PM

Band saw. - 9 replies

A buddy called me yesterday to see if I could help him with a project. I got there and he had bought a new HF band saw. After finishing the project, we tackled the saw. Much to my surprise, it seemed as it was as good of quality as the Craftsman saw that I have been seriously considering buying. Both are 14” saws.The HF is a 3/4 hp-7.1 amp...

01-01-2013 06:56 PM

Orbital or 1/4 sheet sander? - 17 replies

I was wondering which one would I would benefit the most from, and what the differences are between the two types are. I am adding to my tools a little at a time.

10-22-2012 07:03 PM

Older Shopsmith - 10 replies

I am just getting started in woodworking at the ripe age of 51. I have been been doing a lot of looking and reading on LumberJocks, and have found tons of useful information. I have got a very limited amount of tools to work with, but trying to add to my toys. So far I have a compound miter saw, scroll saw, hand drill, hand circular saw, jig saw...


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