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When i turn off my table 10'' 315.218060 saw makes alot grinding noise

Also wobbles when ripping boards

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You probably need to replace the bearings on the arbor shaft. If you have the means to disassemble and press the bearings off, and you can precisely measure the ID, OD and Width of them (there will be two of them and they are probably both the same) you can buy replacement bearings on-line pretty cheap. Make sure you buy sealed bearings. These will be standard bearings, which you don't have to buy as replacements from Sears.

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    very helpfull

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There's an exploded parts drawing and parts list at the link below. This may be useful to see what the fence is supposed to look like. It's not listed as an assembly, just a surprisingly long list of parts that would cost a fortune - if they were all available. Maybe you can find one on ebay. Barring that, you can always just clamp a board to the table to rip with - the hard part is getting the makeshift fence to be parallel to the blade. To do that you can use an adjustable square and measure from a miter slot in the table to get a quick and straight setup. Good luck.
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Saw-Parts/Model-137228210/0247/0744600/P0104056/00001?blt=06&prst=0&shdMod=137228210#Partslist

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