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Posted on Craftsman Table Saw 137.228010 Kicking Breaker!

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davezedlee

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#1 posted 04-23-2018 11:26 PM

the rear bearing fits inside a plastic “cup” that then presses into the frame of the motor… if you’re lucky, that cup hasn’t melted at all

you WILL need some sort of bearing puller… the two arms on mine were actually too thick to fit in the small space between the bearing and commutator, so i had to improvise using the two “L” brackets in the photo

luckily i had this puller from when i replaced the bearings in a Craftsman router about five years ago; it was only $15 or so, and because i had it and had replaced bearings before, i knew i could figure out the saw… so, highly recommended

a 6200-2RS (10×30x9mm) bearing is a pretty common size; i didn’t replace the front bearing, mostly because i couldn’t figure out how to get at it

but the saw works fine


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