Radial arm Restoration

I purchased old Craftsman Radial Arm saw Model 100. I am planning to restore this saw. So far I have taken most of the saw apart. I am struggling to take the arm (yock)apart from the column. No luck. I cannot figure out how to do this.Can anyone give me some advise ?
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On 24 Oct 2003, J spake unto rec.woodworking:

    Whatever you do, don't drop a Cabinet Master clamp on it head first.
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There is a dewalt forum devoted to the RAS, as they are the original RAS manufacturing company. You may be able to get some help there - just don't make a big deal out it not being a DeWalt...these guys are serious about their RAS..

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Try also http://forums.delphiforums.com/woodbutcher/start This is a RAS forum.
    mahalo,     jo4hn [snip]
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have you considered dynamite? <chuckle>
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From memory, there are a few steps to go through. First take off the little cap/degree wheel at the top of the colum. There should be a couple of bolts with their heads inside the column tube. Take those out. That will release a sort of cast iron shoe. You also need to loosen the traverse lock lever and knob. I _believe_ (haven't done this in a while) that the arm should just then pull off with a little fussing with the shoe and locking parts.
GTO(John)

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