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I have an old 34-580 table saw. I lost the guard/splitter mounting bracket and so can't attach it to the saw mounting bolts. Any idea where I can find one. Thanks

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SOURCE: old craftsman table saw parts?

most sears stores have a dept. that refurbishes and sells these tools. if it can be had, they can help.

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SOURCE: Where can I find a splitter and guard for an older

If you give me the model number I can do some digging for you.
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SOURCE: Have an older Sears Craftsman 10" Table Saw, model

you should be able to order one from sears. another place to look is ebay. the round plastic thing is to mark with pencil the cut of the blade. put in your sliding miter Gage set at 90 deg. put a piece of wood on it, push forward and cut the wood then slide back and mark the wood position on the plastic. that's the point where your blade cuts

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Where can I find a splitter and guard for an older Sears 10" Table Saw?


If you give me the model number I can do some digging for you.
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2. Raise the arm to the upper position and raise the lower guard as far as possible.
3. Loosen, but do not remove guard bracket screw until the bracket can be raised far
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6. Remove the blade screw, outer blade clamp, and
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guard bracket, place the blade on the spindle against
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3. Assemble the outer blade clamp onto the spindle.
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WARNING:
• The guard bracket must be returned
to its original position and the
screw tightened before activating
the saw.
• Failure to do so may allow the guard
to contact the spinning saw blade
resulting in damage to the saw and
severe personal injury
you can download a manual at: http://www.dewalt.com/tools/machinery-miter-saws-dw713.aspx

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