I have an old Craftsman King-Seeley table saw I would like to find a new
home for. Its a model number 103.22160 with a motor 115.7556 Type CRI80K9.
Its a belt driven saw, 1950s vintage, I think. It has a heavy cast top and
extension wing, original fence, and miter gauge. 110V
http://www.oldwwmachines.com/MfgIndex/Detail.asp?IDI7 << King-Seeley info
Sears info http://www3.sears.com
paste in model number.
It currently lives in Phoenixville, PA 19460.
All offers will be considered, I reserve the right to not accept any of
them. I am willing to crate and ship if you are willing to pick up the cost.
Its a heavy beast. Weight is in excess of 100lbs is my guess. I will also
deliver within reasonable drive. Pick-up at my garashop may be a good
When I got it, it had a home made rolling cabinet with the motor mounted
below. For space reasons I ditched the rolling platform and mounted the saw
to and motor to a piece of plywood. The motor is now hanging from the rear.
The saw could use a nice link belt and alignment to cut vibration. It could
also use a front mount switch versus the motor mounted switch setup and a
new blade. There is no blade guard, I don't think it ever had one.
I will monitor this group and also my e-mail.
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Thanks for looking. Fire away the questions. I will be quick to reply.