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Posted on Craftsman Table Saw Model # 113.29940

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justinwdemoss

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#1 posted 11-05-2010 03:02 PM

Jack,

The saw is listed as a “bench saw”, but it really is a contractor saw. It has two cast iron table extension and the sears after-market moble base. For its time, it was fairly reved up. I will try to get some pictures up tonight. My wife took some last night, but I got caught up in removing the small amount of rust from the table and the grime from a couple of decades of garage life. Once I get the pictures up, I would like to hear your thoughts on the switch. I will try to include a pic of the front of the saw.

I am thinking of taking the castors off the legs as the legs are the same sheet metal that the saw body is made from and with 4 indepedent castors, they are pulled in different directions. I think that the moble base you mentioned from harbor freight will fix that.

Justin

-- Justin in Loveland, OH


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