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Posted on Table saw arbor lubrication

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#1 posted 05-01-2012 09:39 PM

A lot would depend on hours of operation, the environment in which the saw was exposed to and the most important thing would be run-out on the arbor. This can be checked very easily with a dial indicator or even a straight edge and feeler gauges. The old adage applies ” IF IT’S NOT BROKE DON’T FIX IT ”. Unless the saw has seen heavy use I would think it would be good to go.

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