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Posted on Picked up a Rockwell 34-440 table saw

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#1 posted 08-14-2012 12:42 PM

The correct replacement motor would be anything that spins at 3400 rpm and fits. Seriously, Dayton’s are good motors.

That saw is way too new to have a ‘pot metal’ pulley. I’d look to the arbor bearings or the belt for the vibration. $80 for a newer metal bodied saw on a stand with tables, fence and Dayton motor is almost as good as finding it with a FREE sign on it.

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