Question about Porter Cable VariableSpeed QuikChange Tiger Saw Kit Model 9735
Try taking the boot off and removing the shoe, then maybe you can get at the collar to loosen it?
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
Not much chance I can see of getting the **** thing out of my saw either.
Mebbie I gotta try something else,
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Model 737
Its hot pressed onto the shaft its made not to come apart because if it did in use it would not be good. I use sawalls all of the time and fine if the blade snaps low you can get them out with a strong magnet if you hold it up side down and turn the collar shake it around mabey spray some WD40 in side first it may take a little doing but it beats takeing that change collar a part.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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Point tool away from body.
2. Rotate blade clamp collar (the knurled diamond pattern knob just at the back of where the blade goes) to release position.
3. Insert blade shank from the front.
4. Rotate blade clamp collar to lock blade into position.
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