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post #1 of 4 Old 01-27-2011, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
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SawBlade for a Belsaw 910? 1.5 Inch Arbor...

Well, I've been looking for one but I can't seem to find one.

It's a 10 inch blade with a 1 1/2 inch arbor...

Any ideas?

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post #2 of 4 Old 01-27-2011, 05:34 PM
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I searched but can't confirm

My recollection is that 1 1/2" is a bit large. I own a 912 with the gang saw removed. I looked for the parts, but didn't find surprise!....I'm thinkin' more like 1 1/4" but if you have a blade to match, I'm sure you are correct. It could be there is an arbor bushing that increases the size....I donno?
A good blade company will bore the arbor hole to your dimensions...especially if you need more than one blade. $$
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my mistake... what was I thinking? it's a 1" arbor and I know that.

sorry, and thanks for the reply.

turns out my dad knows a guy with a big commercial hydraulic drill press so I gave him a couple of blades today that I already had and he put a 1" hole put in them.

I've had my belsaw for over ten years, but never hooked up the ripsaw attachment. maybe have it running tomorrow.
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not sure if you were already aware of this, but the reason you cannot get blades that state they are specifically for the ripsaw attachment is because it is not a safe design. Mostly kickback issues from what I have read. I considered putting a ripsaw attachment on mine but decided against it. I already cut off a couple fingers, don't need to take unnecessary risks.

Same reason why I have a beautiful American 5 horse table saw sitting out in my parent's yard. Nice big 50" square cast iron table, cast base, huge 1-1/4" keyed miter gauge... but it's direct drive. Most of the time nothing will happen but why risk it?
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