Well, I got my new table saw, the Craftsman 22140, against the advice of some friends and my wife due it's weight and the fact my shop is in my basement down some stairs. Getting it down took 4 of us, but it's there and I couldn't have been more pleased except for the fact a torsion spring fell out of the bottom of the saw. Well I went down tonight after work and started putting it together, pretty straight forward. After getting the legs on it and standing it up, I decided it was time to figure out where the mystery spring needed to go. Well, it seems it is to keep tension on the V-belt. It's wedged on the hinge pins of the motor mount. Well, I'm not Superman and I can barely budge it, so I can't get it on. Any ideas or am I going to have to call all my buddies to come over so I can pack up this beast and take it back? I was quite suprised it needed a torsion spring to keep pressure on the belt in addition to the weight of the motor and mount, but this is what the parts breakout says.... so how what?