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Sears Craftsman RAS 10" table saw drill chuck removal

by jphutch60bj
posted 08-19-2016 10:02 PM


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nightguy

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#1 posted 08-19-2016 10:30 PM

The nut for holding the saw blade on is LH threads, so IF the DP chuck screws onto that shaft it is left hand.

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WhyMe

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#2 posted 08-19-2016 10:37 PM

The drill chuck end on the right side of motor head is RH. So lefty loosey.

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#3 posted 08-19-2016 10:40 PM

Hey JP….. Been tinkering with my old C-man RAS for a couple years now and love it. My “72” has a RH thread on that shaft and is a 1/2 inch x 20 TPI.

Me experience has been that a block of wood to hold the blade on the other side and an old leather belt wrapped tightly around the chuck then tackle it with large pump pliers.

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#4 posted 08-19-2016 10:52 PM

always make sure there is not a screw down the center holding it on the shaft and chuck a large allen wrench into it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usC8unA5RiA

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#5 posted 08-20-2016 12:12 PM

All The RAS saw blade side, has Reverse, Left Hand, Backwards or gas pipe line, thread. (Right Loose, Left Tight).

So from the posts I can assume that the drill Chuck side: has standard Right hand thread.(Right Tight , Left Loose). Watched the video – good suggestion! did not think of that. Thanks

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#6 posted 08-20-2016 02:48 PM

All – Sears Craftsman Model model 113-29501 1968/69 year
I report success in removing the Drill chuck. Like the Allen wrench trick } to knock off the chuck.
Removed the Break using a plumbing faucet puller.
I could only find 2 screws that hold the housing together. Removed 2 10/32 mach. screws, one short and one long from the housing.

Question how best to open/split the housing without dinging up the seam? Seems a bit tight, opened up a small bit using a rubber mallet by tapping on the shaft ends.

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