Thanks again for your reply. I truly appreciate your help, and I am not trying to be a pain or be argumentative, However, I guess I am not making my self clear or just not quite sure what you mean. So I will try to explain in a little more detail. Looking at the picture, my problem is not the alignment of the pulleys to the right and left, nor is the motor "Rotated" clockwise up or down. My problem is, the Blade Shaft arbor and the Motor Shaft are not parallel to each other, they are at an angle to each other. If I loosen the 4 bolts and slide the motor to the right or left, it is still at an angle to the Blade Arbor. Now, it seems to me that if I loosen the two (of the four) Motor Mounting Bolts on the right side and put a 1/4" to a 3/8" shim, while leaving the left two Motor Mounting Bolts as is, I might straighten the motor so it sits parallel to the Blade Arbor, or in other words, pulling the pulley side of the motor further away from the cabinet. I have read about number of people that own these Craftsman Saws that have the same problem with the pulleys flying off in the middle of a cut and thought this might be part of the problem.