To Dispose of this Table Saw or Not, or how to dispose of it.

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Why don't you outfit it with a sanding disk and re-dedicate to a task other than one which requires precision? That way you get to keep Grampa's saw and have a useful tool at the same time.
Good luck Rob
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"Rob Stokes"writes:

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Good advice.
"tinytim" writes:

Once had a Craftsman saw, maybe 1950 vintage.
Replace the arbor ass'y (It's a modified water pump bearing), change sheaves as req'd to get 3,600 spindle RPM, and replace wiring.
You will now have the basis of a nice 10" disk sander.
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