Question about Sears Craftsman 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with LaserTrac and 5 Bonus Blades
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
without knowing the model number I can only assume that it is a circular saw and the blade is on the right hand side and then the bolt should be a standard thread. Hold the spindle lock in and turn the bolt counter clockwise to loosen. If other than it would probably be a left hand thread and do just the opposite. Let me know and if so please provide the model number so I can look at a breakdown for the tool.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
Once you have the right size blade it is really simple to change it.
You only really need two things.
1. locate the button that locks the spindle. It is usually located on the body of the saw. Your manual can show you a picture of it.
2. You will need a 3/8 drive socket that fits the spindle bolt.
I believe these are standard thread orientation and come off counterclockwise.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
SOURCE: Can't remove blade on circular
This bolt is what called left handed thread so you need to turn it in the oppisite driction as a normal right handed bolt. righty tighty and lefty losey well its rigthty losey. A t this point you need to get this bolt out or the saw it junk you can try slideing something under the bolt something thin and try to get back force on it as you turn the bolt in the correct dericition and see if it will thread out if it dose then you will have to get a left handed tap the size of the bolt hole and retap the hole and also get a new bolt.The tap will cost 30 dollars or so well good luck
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
Is the washer/spacer in the blade too thick and you are perhaps tightening up on that instead of the blade. Also check the threads on the bolt, see if the bolt turns all the way in without the blade in position. It may be jamming up before gripping the blade.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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