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post #1 of 6 Old 01-09-2017, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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Replacement fence for Craftsman 10" Table Saw

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I recently got my hands on a Craftsman 10" Benchtop Table Saw (Model #113.221740). The problem is that the original rip fence has long been lost. Most of the parts for this bad boy have been discontinued. Any idea or suggestions for a new fence that will be compatible with the saw without breaking the bank?

I was looking at this one (, but I have no idea if it will work with my saw.

Thanks for your help!
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post #2 of 6 Old 01-10-2017, 01:49 AM
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that fence has been discontinued

Read the text under the diagram by the Sears technitan who says no other fence is compatible.

So, the fence you posted won't work. Next best bet is Ebay, for used fences.

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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One option is to buy another saw, maybe look at Craigslist, that has a fence that is worth using.

What does breaking the bank actually mean? Does it mean $2 or $20 or $200 for the end result of a usable functioning table saw? Occasionally, you can find some that are free, people actually giving saws away, if you are bottom fishing, You might have to drive a bit and check Craigslist several times a day?

Good luck...
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I purchased the Align-a-rip fence from Sears parts direct awhile back (about $120) and couldn't be happier with it.

It's easy to install on the 113 series saws and there's a good chance you wouldn't have to drill a single hole.
Those stock fences are junk. They're ok if all you want to do is spend all your time adjusting it for every single cut, but the align-a-rip pretty much stays in alignment.

On the other hand I'd be more than happy to sell you my old stock fence. Just pull a number out of thin air and pay the shipping and it's yours, but I can tell you that you'll be disappointed. Spend the money for the align-a-rip and you'll be happier than a pig in...well, you know.. I'll even include all the sawdust in the picture..
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I have the same fence. Works so much better than the stock fence.
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Found a possible good deal?

I'm looking at a craftsman
Craftsman Model # 113.221740 10" 2 1/2 HP

Asking price is $125. Fence is there and so is the miter. In very good condition.

Should I jump on it?
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