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#1 posted 05-15-2018 01:42 AM



Something like this one would be a good starting point

https://stcloud.craigslist.org/tls/d/craftsman-contractor-table/6587897100.html

Cast iron top and decent fence for not a lot of outlay.

There are several other Craftsman 113 saws shown, but the others have the factory fence. It can be made to work fine, but the Align-a-rip on the saw above is much better. If the motor works fine, you should just need to put a good blade on it, align it and start cutting. It is missing the splitter and guard. If you want those safety pieces, they are easy to find on ebay for relatively cheap. A lot of people take them off (I did when I had my 113)

- JayT

That’s a great deal. An upgraded fence, belt drive induction motor, and two solid cast iron wings for $130.

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