I recently inherited some tools from my big brother who had the temerity
to die last year. One is a Milwaukee worm drive circ saw (model 6370,
serial 368-6054). Unfortunately the gear case is broken where it
attaches to the shoe. I can order a new gear case from Milwaukee but
getting the old one off is problematic. I removed the switch handle but
pulling the electrics from the gear case is more difficult. Does anyone
have knowledge on how to do this? Milwaukee supplies a parts list and a
drawing but nothing further on servicing this tool. I would like to get
this thing running again. A new saw costs ~$150 US and the part is $50
but it did belong to big brother. I have sent an email to Milwaukee
with the same question but have not heard back. Anyway...
Yeah, you're right...not much help there. I've never had a red
sidewinder so no direct help. I have replaced gears in old Skill 77;
but even that has been so long ago I don't recall anything specific
about doing it.
I can only suggest that since it had to go together, it _will_ come
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