|Forum topic by rpete||posted 01-19-2011 11:17 PM||1402 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-19-2011 11:17 PM
I’ve got a 113 series craftsman table saw that I’ve been using. When I first got it, I went through it and tuned it up. I noticed that the pulley’s on the arbor and motor did not line up well. The pulley on the arbor is too close to the side of the saw so the belt has to travel at an angle (hopefully that makes sense).
At any rate, I needed to adjust the pulley on the arbor. Well, the set screw on the pulley was stripped out. So I tried to drill the screw out. I did so, but the pulley still will not come off.
I’m wondering if anyone has any advise on getting the pulley off. My garage is uninsulated and is hovering right around freezing. Would the expansion/contraction of the metal cause the pulley to get stuck?
Any ideas would be appreciated.