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Craftsman 113 Arbor nut size?

27499 Views 7 Replies 5 Participants Last post by  Steve Neul
Anyone? It's a "3hp" craftsman 10'' contractor saw with the cast iron top and wings. I apparently have never bought or owned standard sized wrenches, and none of my metric wrenches fit over the nut. Does anyone know off hand what the size of that nut is - the one that holds the blade on?

Silly question, but thanks for any responses.

PS I don't have any calipers so I can't measure all cool like, and i've tried channel locks to no avail.
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Both my table saw and arm saw have 1 1/16" on the nut and 7/8" on the shaft. The table saw is 113.299130 and the arm saw is 113.199250

There is a wrench set like the set I have on ebay going right now for 15 bucks incl shipping. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sears-CRAFT...096?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5af1403710
The 113. Craftsman saws used a 7/8" wrench on the inside to hold the arbor and a 1 1/16" wrench on the arbor nut.
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