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Size of hole in 10inch blade for dewalt power workshop radial arm saw

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    what is the model number and brand and I will try and help

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    manual for DeWalt 7770

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Most 10" saw blades are bored to fit a 5/8" arbor.
Unless someone has changed the arbor on your saw, I'd say that's 99% sure to work.
Are you making your own blades, or accessorizing? In any event, start with 5/8" and see where that gets you.
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1. switch off the saw
2. remove power plug
3. remove screw and clear protector assembly
4. remove centre panel (as to changing the blade)
5. remove blade and clean dust furrow below it from all debris
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this should solve your problem.

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Normally DeWalt owners manuals are available from DeWalt ServiceNet (Click here),
But I have been unable to get any hits on that model number when I search the site. and I'm thinking you have probably purchased one of the older cast iron models, a 12 or 14", am I right?
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I haven't actually seen this book, but it looks interesting...Mr Sawdust
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Sorry I couldn't hook you up with a manual, but I hope this helps... Good luck!


I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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