Actually, all the information that you really need is on the saw.
1) What size of saw blade (probably 10 inch)
2) What is the motor rating?
3) What kind of fence?
4) Right or left tilt ?
5) Is it a contractor or cabinet saw?
Somebody else will need to tell you about how old the saw is. Saws really
rarely wear out unless they are used
in a shop. For example, my Sears saw is over 50 years old and going strong.
All that wears out are bearings, and they can be replaced.
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