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Forum topic by Deano56 posted 03-10-2015 11:45 PM 1924 views 0 times favorited 8 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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03-10-2015 11:45 PM

I had bought a nice older craftsman cabinet saw recently and have been working on getting it “tuned” up some. I noticed a substantial vibration that my last one of these didn’t have, turns out the arbor on the pulley end is is in very bad condition. It has been welded on and most likely file to near round, but not true at all and the keyway has been filled in. Of course the pulley wobbles and causes some vibration. I would find it almost impossible to find that arbor, but thought I would check here just in case. If not I have used a local machine shop for many projects in the past and used him for this same model saw 15 plus years ago. I’m sure its going to be 200.00 for the fix with new bearing too.

-- Deano

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#1 posted 03-11-2015 05:17 AM

I was poking around ebay the other day (I’m rebuilding mine), and someone is currently selling what you are looking for. There are at least three listings at the moment for the arbor/arbor assembly.

oops, you said cabinet saw. . I was thinking the contractors saws that are oh so common.

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#2 posted 03-11-2015 01:06 PM

I think you’re going to have to go to your machine shop on this one. Not many parts available for that model.

-- If you can't fix it with a hammer, you have an electrical problem.

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#3 posted 03-11-2015 01:11 PM

Join the forum and post your need. You’ll get it.

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#4 posted 03-12-2015 02:47 AM

ebay had 2 of the arbors on there, both were bad on pulley end. Took the saw apart tonight, going to run down to machine shop in the morning, I thought I wouldn’t get to involved in rebuilding this saw but, here I go

-- Deano

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#5 posted 03-12-2015 02:54 AM

I was constantly needing stuff like that.. various shafts, knobs, threaded rods, and all sorts of other various stuff that you need when restoring vintage machinery. Really pretty simple stuff, but trying to find replacements or having a machine shop fabricate them for me was a hassle.. so I got a metal lathe just for that reason. Best $150 I ever spent :)


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#6 posted 04-12-2015 01:10 AM

well I picked up my new arbor from the machine shop today and put the saw back together except the pulley on the arbor, going to have to pick up a new one since it was spun out by the bad shaft. Machine shop bill was 140.00 photo 20150411_131639_zpsgxdk1gs5.jpg

-- Deano

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#7 posted 05-02-2015 04:00 AM

anyone have a good parts breakdown of the arbor raising and lowering mechanism for this old saw?

-- Deano

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#8 posted 05-02-2015 04:05 AM

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