|Forum topic by JawShoeAh||posted 04-11-2013 12:30 AM||988 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
04-11-2013 12:30 AM
I might be showing how green I am here, this is my first table saw. Finally decided to give up working with the skilsaw and move on.
I’m restoring a Craftsman 113, and I really have no idea what this spring/bolt/double washer thing is. I’m inclined to just remove it and pretend it never existed, but I know it has to serve some important function.
As an aside (I’m gonna sneak a two-fer in here!) Does anyone know of a way to repair the motor adjuster thing? It looks like it was sheared off. I think I might as well just source a whole new motor mount… That little nub looks like it was press fit in there, and that I will never be able to get it out.
Today I almost finished completely disassembling the saw. I can’t wait to get over to my local parts store and get all new hardware for this thing. The last thing I have to do is get the pin out holding in the arbor washer, then I can get the other bearing off. I can already see the shiny new set of Timken bearings in my future, oh yea!
If anyone is interested, I’ll start a thread or project and detail the re-assembly of this saw. Include some parts numbers, or whatever. The exact model is a 113.27610. I’ll also be putting on a 52” Xacta II fence.
-- .·..-._.·¨ ¤ Joshua