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Posted on just bought 1989 Unisaw- can't find weight specs and other questions

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#1 posted 02-24-2018 12:07 PM

I moved my Unisaw when I bought it by myself. I took the top off and the motor out. This allows you to man handle the Unisaw with one person. This would work for putting it on a base. The motor just has a big pin holding it. The top comes off pretty easy.

I forgot I bought the Unisaw without the fence so you might want to remove it.

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I like this: a bit of extra work, but foolproof. Avoids the drama and potential back injury. Easier when installing on mobile base as well. Maybe leave table center section on to avoid having to realign. This way one knows that one could do it alone, no question. That’s what I was looking for- a foolproof way to do it alone and avoid having to do risky macho stuff or wait for someone to come along to help….....

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