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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just installed a Delta T2 fence on my 10" Craftsman Table Saw. It's 27" deep. The bushing either could be relocated or you could use spacers on the front, back, or both on the saw to get the required distance. Also, you'll have to drill new holes, however, I used one of the existing holes in the front and back of my saw as well.
Posted on May 15, 2009
I checked Searspartsdirect.com and most of the parts for this saw are obsolete no replacement. You might want to go to the site and double check for the part that you need,
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
this is the link to the bosch manual for your table saw , it has the assembly instructions ( just reverse them ) and full details of the alignment proceadures required to true the blade/guides and fences up .
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
SOURCE: table saw king
Does the blade go to the right if you place the fence on the opposite side of the blade? If so, then the teeth on one side of the blade are dull.
The dull teeth beat into the wood, and the sharp teeth cut when the blade is deflected by the dull teeth, leading the cut further and further from the straight line of cutting. This happens when something dulls the blade, like a nail, a foreign object embedded in the wood like stone, or if you use the wrong blade for the work being done, i.e. using a crosscut blade for consistent rip sawing.
First, get a spare blade or two for the saw, don't depend only on one blade. Use a combination blade to get the best balance from ripping and crosscutting. Then for the dull blade: If it is a steel blade, replace it with a carbide blade - a few dollars more, but well worth the upgrade. If it is a carbide blade, get it sharpened, as they will also get dull, though you can't always see it. If it is a carbide blade, and teeth are broken on it, ask your sawyer (saw sharpener) to determine if it is worth replacing the teeth, or if it is less expensive to replace the blade.
A quality blade will last longer than the least expensive ones, as the materials are better machined, balanced, and finished. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
The jam nut is on the end of the bolt you are adjusting, directly underneath the table. The easiest way to get to it is to place the saw on it's left side, and move the saw blade to the maximum bevel position (45 degrees). You can then reach up -directly underneath the location of the bolt on top - and access the jam nut.
To be clear - the bolt you are tightening is about 2 inches long with the jam nut on the end with the purpose of tightening the bolt into place once you have established the correct adjusted position.
And yes, the directions for this step were terrible.
Posted on Aug 17, 2012
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