I'm hoping someone can help me find a source of bushings to reduce
5/8" arbor saw blades down to 1/2". I'm told they exist, but haven't
been able to find any evidence of them.
Any good online catalogs out there?
Not online but at Harbor Freight....as much as I hate to reccomend it.
My neighbor bought himself a set of tool arbor bushings at HF, he
knows I hate the the place & the crap they sell.
He bought me a set of bushings as well.
I have the same problem. An old Craftsman/King Seeley 8 1/4 inch table
saw with half inch arbor. I got it cheap at a garage sale, I suspect
the previous owner thought the saw was defective as he had a 5/8 hole
blade on it with no bushing - the vibration was awesome.
I found bronze sleeve bearings at the local Ace hardware with 1/2 inside
and 5/8 outside diameter. Made an arbor out of a carriage bolt and
couple of washers which holds the sleeve in my drill press. Then I hold
a hacksaw to the spinning sleeve bearing and slice off eighth inch
bushings. I've used up three of the bronze bearings, made at least a
dozen bushings. Bushed up an entire Freud Dado set this way.
Wow, after all that BS, finally an answer to the man's question.
"Where can I find a SAW BLADE BUSHING 1/2in to 5/8in? jn which cas ,
Google responds"Did you mean: SAW BLADE BUSHING 1/2 in to 5/8 in?"
5937 1/2 5/8 .058 4.99
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