|Forum topic by DCS||posted 04-26-2015 03:10 PM||1129 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
04-26-2015 03:10 PM
I just picked up a 113.24181 table saw. It is in factory configuration. I cleaned and lubed it.
It made a loud buzz when I switched it on. I changed the start cap and now it runs fine, but it needs new motor bearings.
It calls for 60251 or (substitute) STD315238 bearings. They are $15 each from Sears. These are common bearings, used on many band saws, table saws, and drill presses.
I have looked, but I cannot find a size spec anywhere.
Rather than order a chinese bearing from sears, I would much rather buy replacement bearings from the local bearing house.
Does anyone here know the dimensions or an alternate part number for these bearings?
I am in the middle of a project now. I cannot take the motor apart to get the specs myself. I will be able to do this later, but I cannot do it now. That’s why I’m asking for a spec here.
On a side note, the worm gear for the blade tilt is wallowed out at the very end, so it will only lay the blade over to about 37°. If anyone has a salvage gear, I need it! The part number is 62099, Trunnion, Front.