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Table and radial arm saws with 1" arbor.....

If you have a 1" arbor table or radial arm saw please post the make/model here as well as a picture if possible. I have an ulterior motive for asking this and will reveal it after at least a few have posted. Thanks!
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How about a miter saw with a 1" arbor? My craftsman professional miter saw model 21235 uses that size blade and arbor
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Thanks but that won't work unfortunately and when I give up my motive you'll see why not!
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post #4 of 16 Old 06-12-2013, 08:06 PM
where's my table saw?
 
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Pictures will be difficult...requiring a shop clean up



Powermatic model 68 12" table saw



hmmm?

pictures will follow......
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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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Pictures are not necessary for you Bill as I'm sure you actually have that saw.
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Aren't ALL 12" blades 1" arbor?

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Nope

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Aren't ALL 12" blades 1" arbor?
My 1980's era 12" Craftsman motorized saws take 5/8" arbor blades, but I use 10" for almost everything I do.

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now you tell me...

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Pictures are not necessary for you Bill as I'm sure you actually have that saw.
I went out in the shop and took some photos... I have one, I just can't find it.

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Marv...still waiting on your motive.

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my ulterior motive....

I recently picked up a Freud SD508 8" Super Dado set with the 4 wing chippers that had just been sharpened. Drag is the seller did not mention the set had also been bored for a 1" arbor so I cannot use it (the shims shown for reference have a 5/8" bore). My plan was to have some type of vote from you guys to see who would get it for just the cost of shipping however since it looks like woodnthings is the only one with a 1" arbor saw I guess it should go to him by default if he wants it!

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Get ready for a flood of pics now!
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sorry too late for ginned up photos to win

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Get ready for a flood of pics now!
What ever Marv want to do is fine...really.


If I get the set, I'd gladly pay shipping handling and if I call within the next 15 minutes I expect to get a second set for just additional handling....

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You could just get bushings for the blades and use the set. Your saw sharpener should be able to fix you up.
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You could just get bushings for the blades and use the set. Your saw sharpener should be able to fix you up.
I guess I could but I'd rather pay it forward a bit for the generosity I have been the recipient of on this forum!

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What ever Marv want to do is fine...really.


If I get the set, I'd gladly pay shipping handling and if I call within the next 15 minutes I expect to get a second set for just additional handling....
OK it has been exactly 24 hours since I posted this however the 15 minute deal expired so now we'll have to charge you full price for the second one! If you PM me your address I'll get it in the mail for you asap. BTW, it will fit in a large USPS flat rate priority box so whatever they charge is what it will cost you.
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Done and thanks!

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