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#1 posted 03-01-2018 03:52 PM

More photos. Overall the saw is in nice condition. Paint looks original. The motor cover does not look to be original, but was painted to match cabinet. It had some nice accessories to go along with it. Unfortunately it does not have the bracket to hold the splitter and blade guard, I will be in the hunt for that assembly. Overall pretty happy. Need to rewire and get a new blade. Hope to have it up and running this weekend.

Now the part I am still reconsidering. The original switch essentially became a junction box to extend the load wire to a new paddle switch on the left. I do not know if this is the best method of getting the wire out of the saw and to the switch. I want to retain the overall look, but don’t want to use the original switch. Would it be wise or foolish to redo the same configuration, obviously not with Romex wire. Thanks


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