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Posted on $ amout to offer for older unisaw with bent arbor: Answer $300

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#1 posted 10-19-2016 07:19 PM

The proof is in the resulting cut, and if satisfactory, then you could probably just leave it as it is. But most places seem to indicate that 0.001” at the arbor flange is the upper limit. You might want to visit this web page by Matthias over at woodgears for some pointers, where he trues up the arbor on his Unisaw:

Fixing the wobble in a table saw arbor


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