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#1 posted 01-12-2013 01:15 PM

Well, toolie and knotscott, you might be right. If so, the design was a shameless copy of the Emerson design.

Here’s a picture from an online review of the TS3650:

and here’s a picture from the restore of a 1964 Sears 113 saw from OWWM:

Aside from minor casting differences, the trunnions are the same. Hell, the castings went through bigger changes than this during the 50-60 year history of Emerson making the saw for Sears.

I have heard of arbor/dado blade issues with the 113’s. Further proof of the similarity between the designs is that some reported fixing their arbor issues by ordering and installing arbors for the TS3650 in their 113 model table saws.

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