Hello, i purchased a used craftsman radial arm saw 10 inch the problem
is it came with no deck top on it can anyone send me pics of there decks
to see which one would work for me . i am not even sure where to start
to get a good straight guide or anything i have a 20 inch wide by 72
inch long sheet of smooth one side and rough other side sheet of 3/4
inch plywood i am not even sure this is what i need to start with or
what. i am just getting into wood working any help or ideas or
suggestions or a place on the net to view different styles would help
The ply you should have is a bit thicker then 3/4 but I would imagin
what you have would work. Push the motor all the way back and figure
out where the fence needs to be, then cut the front table, use a 2'
square to ensure you are...square. Next cut a 1x2 fence and then cut
the remainder of the back table. you shoud have some screw clamp deals
on the back of the saw to push the back table to the fence. If you want
to rip stock, you may need to cut the back table into two parts so you
can move the fence; I think that is whay they do that????
You may want to look online or just go to the sears near you and look at
what I am attempting to tell you! Good luck.
GARAGE OWL wrote:
As part of my closing on my house this past summer, I became the owner of a
It was in pretty bad shape, I checked the recall and received a new table in
the recall kit.
On Fri, 30 Jan 2004 13:48:49 -0500, "Timothy McCloud"
I keep hearing about this new table thing for the recall, but
everywhere I look about the recall, all it talks about is the blade
guard. Anyone know what link I can follow to find out about the table?
Ahhh. Figures! I just went out to the site and discovered that my
model is not covered for the guard! Oh well, I guess I lose out on the
Regardless, I am enjoying my new (old) saw and all the cuts I can do
Find the model number on your saw and go to www3.sears.com. You can most
likely get the instruction manual and view an exploded drawing which will
help you see what you need to make. Shoot, you might even be able to order
the table parts if you don't want to make them.
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