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rokon2813

a couple pickin finds, not A/C

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rokon2813

Just a couple goodies I found recently.Got the saw, the drill press, and the (possibly military) shop cart they are sitting on for $20.Plugged the saw in (carefully, bare wires and all) and it runs fine and quiet. :D:DI know the Sears Roebuck is a decent unit, and Companion rings a bell. It looks like decent quality too.

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LOL Thats my luck....

Straight from the sears parts website

Craftsman 8 Inch Bench Saw model #10322160

Blade

PART NUMBER: 18992

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I guess I need to take the blade off and see what I can match it to.

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quote:Originally posted by maxwood

I have an old sears wood lathe that was my fathers from 1939my brother got the drill press similar to yours here is a web site that has massive amounts info on old power tools and old manualshttp://vintagemachinery.org/Thanks Ken in Mi


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id="quote">Thanks, I will check that out

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