Gettin' fixina tune up my Unisaw #25: All done

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Blog entry by Bothus posted 12-02-2011 04:30 AM 2710 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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It is complete the videos show me cutting pieces of 1-1/4” teak and running the nickel test.

I’m thinking I’ll list it on craigslist for $975… does that sound fair?

-- Jerry Boshear, Professional Kitchen Designer, amature woodworker.

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Joe Lyddon

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#1 posted 12-02-2011 07:04 AM

Hi Bothus!

We are not very far from you…

The wind has been blowing up a STORM around Alta Loma TOO!

I went out the front door to find pine needles everywhere!

The Flag I had on my mail box is flying somewhere else now… I have NO IDEA of where it went!

That wind really blew HARD last night… & I didn’t hear a thing! Slept like a baby!

Hope you’re OK!

Your saw is coming along really good!

That is one nice looking saw…

-- Have Fun! Joe Lyddon - Alta Loma, CA USA - Home: ... My Small Gallery:"

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#2 posted 12-06-2011 06:34 AM

I just picked up a unisaw a lot like yours. I need a handwheel for the blade angle change, it is broken. From your extensive research and experience where do you think is the best place to find one of those? The part # is 422-04-100-0003 and I just can’t find one online that is exactly the same. I’ve found some similar items but they just don’t look the same and I’d like to keep it authentic. Any help would be great.


-- LAS,

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#3 posted 12-06-2011 06:45 PM

Hi Luke,

I agree with you I like to use all original parts as well.

I just sold my Unisaw yesterday and I gave the buyer my notebook with all my notes.

However, I just googled and found and they should have the parts. You have to start by putting in your Unisaw Model number then it lists all the parts for that saw. I used this p,ace a few years ago and wasn’t really happy with their service but they if have the parts it worth trying.

I hope this helps.

-- Jerry Boshear, Professional Kitchen Designer, amature woodworker.

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#4 posted 12-06-2011 08:33 PM

the best place I’ve found for uni saw parts is saw center.

-- I buy tools so i can make more money,so ican buy more tools so I can work more, to make more money, so I can buy more tool, so I can work more

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