|Forum topic by camps764||posted 09-05-2013 11:54 PM||695 views||0 times favorited||11 replies|
09-05-2013 11:54 PM
In another thread I posted about buying an additional table saw to replace my burnt out motor. I ended up picking the new (to me) saw up, cleaned it up and have it set up.
The problem – Now I have two saws in my cramped garage shop.
I thought about selling the old one, since, other than the motor, it is in good shape. But, these old C-man saws only go for about $40-$60 on CL in my area WITH a running motor.
I hate to throw it out, so I’m curious to hear if anyone has ideas for repuprosing the saw/Cast Iron top.
I thought about using it as an assembly table since it’s pretty flat and consistent. Thought about a router table, but I think getting the cast iron machined to accommodate a router would be cost prohibitive.
Would it be best to part it out and scrap the top?
Very interested to hear other’s thoughts.
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