Table Saw & Planer-Parts?

My dad died and left me his Craftsman 7 1/4" table saw and 4" planer. The saw carries a number of 103.23420 and when I search for it nothing comes up. I'm guessing this is so old that no one carries any parts or paperwork on it. It missing the guard and only has a 1/4 HP 1750 RPM Craftsman motor on it with step sheaves to change the speed +/- 20% or so. Any chance anyone knows where to get table extensions, a blade guard and/or any sort of parts manual or operators manual? I'm thinking that this should have about a 1/2 HP 3600 RPM motor on it but I'm concerned that the bronze bushings for the blade shaft may not be able to take the increased speed or torque. The shaft is 1/2" diameter and soft steel. I can make one from O-1 tool steel or use a piece of Thompson shafting but... The planer is a 4" Wallace Bench Planer with a cast in 1/4 HP 3450 RPM GE motor that I've repaired and have running without a guard. I remember what the guard looked like but dad took it off and got rid of it, I guess. Anybody know where I can get one? I've designed on and am having a friend cut it on his CNC machine but I'd like to have an original.
R. Wink
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R. Wink wrote:

www3.sears.com has a parts list and exploded diagram of it. joe
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R. Wink wrote:

FWIW, the department number is 103, the part number is 23420. Don't get too concerned as you are looking for parts if someone leaves off the 103.
I just knew that year slaving in a Sears warehouse would pay off!
Mike
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