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Posted on Cabinet Saw Teardown for Move

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mistermoe

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#1 posted 09-28-2020 01:33 AM

In the time it took to get my post approved, I got the thing apart and ready to move. Took the top off but leaving the motor in. Having been through one henia repair already, I’m having a couple of guys cart the base into my basement shop.

I may pull the motor so I can get a good look in there, do a deep clean and lube before reassembling and setting up. I picked up some V-link belts as I suspect the belts have never been changed.

I’m pumped to get this thing tuned up and running.

I feel a little sorry for my DeWalt 744, who is headed out to pasture… :(

-- But Honey I really *needed* that (saw/plane/chisel...)


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