|Forum topic by MD3||posted 05-22-2013 08:12 AM||1388 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
05-22-2013 08:12 AM
I am a new LJ user and have been consulting the forums here on upgrading and reburbishing an older cast iron model 113 10” table saw.
I initially replaced the blade, but it had a wobble, so I dove deeper and after a full dismantle, and have concluded that a new arbor, bearings and a tilt screw (knocked it off my bench to the garage floor while cleaning) might do the trick. It almost seems cheaper to buy a new arbor/trunion assembly? There are a few on eBay for around $90 shipped. eBay listing
I was doing some searching over the interwebs and am having a hard time finding some of these out of date parts. It seems eBay has the most abundant selection out there, but was wondering if you guys had some recommendations for some other reliable sites for hard-to-find parts for older machinery. I did check out the Sears replaceable parts site as well as Vintage Machinery.
Thanks in advance.
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