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the insert or91014 has changed to a new part of 27509.00, but will still be the equivalent of the original. the insert will just be the insert, none of the set screws or hardware come with it. if you have the original hardware and just need a replacement insert, you can use the originals with no issue.
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You can find a nice quality feather board that will fit your table saw from www.leevalley.com. They have one that comes with both 5/8" and 3/4" table bars and sells for about $15. I have one and it works great, Look under the Woodworking tab and type in feather boards. Look at the brand Versatile Featherboards. http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=60022&cat=1,240,45884,60022 You may want to call Lee Valley to see if they have a zero clearance insert that will fit your saw. Otherwise, order a new insert from Sears Parts Direct. From the picture on their website I believe it comes as a blank and you will need to cut the new opening in the insert. To do that lower the saw blade all the way below the table top, install the new insert, move the rip fence over top of the insert but not over where the saw blade would penetrate, turn on the saw, and slowly raise the blade up through the insert.
Use an appropriate pc of mdf that is same thickness of throat plate already installed. Use a router to flush trim to that throat plate. Now, insert and hold down with clamps and scrap panel. Raise Dado head ,while running, enough to do the job. This completes a zero clearance throat plate. No need to buy!
There is a small allen screw in the field housing holding the brush holders in.
Most often I have found, if the brush holders are needing replacement the motor housing also needs replacement - they heat up and the plastic cracks.
Ralph, the arbor thread on a left tilt table saw is "standard" thread direction - that is, when looking at the end of the arbor (which of course you can't do on a table saw) turn the nut in a clockwise direction to tighten, counterclockwise to loosen.
Maybe you could try using the outline of the regular insert to cut a new insert out of a piece of polycarbonate (lexan) or ABS plastic. The clips that hold my dado insert barely hold it in place on mine, and I've seen other saws that use plastic.