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#1 posted 08-18-2016 08:05 PM

Can’t fix or replace the trunion?
- Bill White

+1 on fixing it… either finding a replacement or, depending on how it broke, welding it. If you give us a clue as to what model saw you have, then others can help find a solution easier than just guessing. Regardless, I would love to hear just HOW you broke it – those things don’t break easily. Maybe post a picture or two as well.


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