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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hello, I'm very new to this forum and have been woodworking for about 3 years now. One of my first big purchases was a cast iron Craftsman 113 table saw. It's been the heart of my shop and a real pleasure to use. I've been ugrading it lately, added 32" rails and an Align-a-rip fence...
  2. Shop Safety
    I have a Craftsman 113.299040, and the splitter/guard assembly is not in great shape, and I'm not a fan of it hanging of the back, because I'd like to build an out feed table that I could leave in place rather than having to move everything to detach the guard assembly when not making a through...
  3. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi, I have two Craftsman table saws circa 1984-1985, model no. 113.298240, both suffering from the same problem. The Arbor Housing (part no. 30420), which controls the blade depth adjustment, is incredibly slow and difficult to turn. On one saw it has frozen completely. There is a shaft...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    I found a 1958 10 inch craftsman 113.29990 table saw. The only part I can't fix or find is the overload protector assembly (the red button) on the back of the 3/4 HP motor. The motor # is 115.19810 and the part # for the overload button is 5220407. Dose anyone know a source for this part? These...
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I've got an inexpensive direct drive Craftsman saw, but have started getting into more woodwork, and am thinking hard about upgrading. Ordered a Delta T2 fence for my birthday, but this morning was looking on CL and found two Craftsman saws...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    I want a fence upgrade for my Craftsman table saw (model 315.226.880) with a table depth of only 20 inches. Most others are at least 27". According to the Delta/Beismeyer compatability checklists, the table has to be at least 27 for their products. Any suggestions for a fence system that...
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