Hi all. I wanted to pass on a concern about an issue I had with my Steel City cabinet saw. I bought a new granite top saw in January. I bought a stacked dado set a few days ago and decide to try it out. Long story short, when I tightened the nut down the arbor broke right in the middle of the threaded area. This cracked spot had not been an issue up to this point running only a single blade. After a few moments of amazement I called Steel City and they took this very seriously. They sent me a new arbor right out and requested the old one back to evaluate the situation. I am glad they did. If this had broken with the saw up to speed the potential of several blades flying around was very real. Take this information for what it is worth. I thought it was worthy of a mention. This is in no way meant to cut down Steel City Tools, I post this for the safety of others only. I am overall satisfied with my Steel City saw and I am very impressed with their service department.
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