Question about Saws
I see from the parts list that the double L-shaped end of the spring goes into a hole in the lower guard. I don't know where to put the U-shaped end of the spring.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the reason it sheard off is because you did not put the blade on right.
you have to hold blade in position untill you turn nut all the way up and make sure blade has the star part in the blade when you tighten it.
you have to buy a new shaft most come with the lower bearing on them.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for info. Recently aaquired tractor so previous owner must have misaligned the blade, but having just bought a new spindle, I now know what to look for."
If I am not mistaken, your spring called a Idler spring should mount to the motor mount and the other end to the idler arm. But if you do not remove the drum from the dryer it will be hard to see how to re-install the spring. Remove the drum to make your task easier for your self.
Posted on Oct 13, 2011
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