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Forum topic by austingrigg posted 04-20-2017 02:48 AM 353 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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04-20-2017 02:48 AM

Topic tags/keywords: ridgid blade guard ts3650 safety question

I just purchased a Ridgid TS3650 that is in great shape, but it doesn’t have the blade guard and spreader support? I called Ridgid and they said they don’t make that part anymore. Does anyone know where I could purchase one or have one they would be willing to sell me?


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#1 posted 04-20-2017 04:13 AM

Search on Ebay

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#2 posted 04-20-2017 09:32 AM

A blade guard for one of the Emerson made 113 Craftsman contractor saws should fit.

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#3 posted 04-25-2017 10:09 PM

I looked on Ebay and I couldn’t find any, but I’ll keep my eye out. How do you know that the 113 Craftsman should fit? Are they the same design? Would Sears sell replacement parts for that?

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#4 posted 04-25-2017 10:45 PM


I looked on Ebay and I couldn t find any, but I ll keep my eye out. How do you know that the 113 Craftsman should fit? Are they the same design? Would Sears sell replacement parts for that?

- austingrigg

Yep…pretty much identical blade guards. The two saws actually share a lot of lineage. The 113 saws were made by Emerson til 1997, then became the Ridgid TS2412, 2424 and 3612 also made by Emerson. The 113 series became the 315 series made by TTI/Ryobi til around 2004, at which time TTI/Ryobi started making the 3650/3660 for Ridgid.

113 guard:

3650 guard:

I spotted 3 of the 113 guards on Ebay, but at the price they were asking, I’d pass, and would consider getting the Sharkguard from Lee Styron instead. Or just keep your eyes peeled for a cheap 113 on CL that has the guard….buy the saw, keep the guard, and resell the motor, fence, wings, switch, miter gauge, hand wheels and leg stand on Ebay. You could also buy a Microjig splitter or make one.

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