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#1 posted 07-18-2013 12:24 AM

as I found out on my bosch 4100 contractor’s saw.. the front tilting arbor pin assembly and bushing broke causing my table saw to be nonoperational because the blade would be nearly 1/8” closer to the fence in the rear than the front. Since I did not want to wear a sign that said “Kickbacks Welcomed” on my chest, I had to wait for the eReplacement parts to arrive a month later (darn backordered parts). It also gave me a good time to re-grease, spring clean, and re-wax everything.

Point being.. have you investigated all binding / friction points that align your blade?

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