Question about Black & Decker Dewalt DW3123 12" x 32 and 80 Tooth 1" Arbor

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Nut thread is stripped

It also says dewalt on it. the problem is the nut that holds the blade is stripped ,the shaft threads are ok. I need to know the size of the nut and number of threads. Father was trying to make Christmas gifts but this has been a hard item to find/or to fix. This is a 1975 Radial Arm Saw. Please help.
thanks Carl.

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  • bonniexcarl Jan 03, 2009

    Thanks for your help. Saw is fixed he is back at making the Christmas gifts. (a bit late but its the thought) A+++++

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This is an older saw and DeWalt does not have it online to check parts. They suggest that you contact a local service center for that information. I also tried a couple other sites that sell replacement parts with no luck. If you cant find it let me know and I am in contact with a local Dewalt center where I work and will call them for you.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • David Ford
    David Ford Dec 29, 2008

    checked with DeWalt today and they think that part number is 80109-00 list for 10.48. There computer does not give the thread size. Hope this solves your problem.

    Dave

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