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SOURCE: How to replace belt on 10'' Tilting Rockwell Delta Arbor Saw?

I don't know the model number for your saw but you can go to Rockwelltools.com and they have some information there that might be helpful. Note if your saw was made before 2000 they have a toll free number you can call to get the info requested. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you remove the arbor assembly on a craftsman 10" table saw

go to sears service center and get a new arbor, and ask them to show you the motor and arbor assembly drawing. it should show how the arbor is attached to the shaft.
you can pull the arbor off with a pulley. you can get that from auto parts store.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Looking for a manual for a Rockwell Model 8

Exploded parts diagram is here.

They don't have the operator's instruction manual online, unfortunately.

If you need an operator's manual, the Delta 34-410 is a 10" contractors saw that's reasonably close. Please bear in mind that this is more for table saw safety and operations than specifics of setup. The 34-410 operators manual is here.

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Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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SOURCE: looking for a manual for a Rockwell model 10 table saw

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Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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Hello. The motor unbolts from the arbor.

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You probably need to replace the bearings on the arbor shaft. If you have the means to disassemble and press the bearings off, and you can precisely measure the ID, OD and Width of them (there will be two of them and they are probably both the same) you can buy replacement bearings on-line pretty cheap. Make sure you buy sealed bearings. These will be standard bearings, which you don't have to buy as replacements from Sears.

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I need an owner's manual for a Rockwell 34-660 model table saw. I want to replace the blade but the entire shaft turns when I try to remove the shaft nut from the shaft.


You might be able to find a manual here.
You need to lock the blade in place so it doesn't rotate when you loosen the arbor nut. Many older rockwell saws actually had a detent ground in the shaft behind the blade that allow the use of a second wrench to hold the shaft from spinning while the nut is loosened. It takes a special thin wrench to get in there, and the ones that came with the saws were bent just behind the head of the wrench to get around the blade and out the throat, but if you know anyone with a delta tablesaw they may have one you can borrow, or perhaps you can grind down an old cheapy that fits.
If that's not the case, try the instructions I gave in this link.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Looking for owners manuals for 2 saws


Your Delta radial arm saw (RS830) manual is here. Exploded diagram for parts, etc is here.

I'm not sure on the Rockwell, but here's a link to a manual for a Rockwell-Delta 10" Tilting Arbor Unisaw, circa 1969 which seems about right for a 34-466.

If that's not quite right, there a couple other manuals for old Rockwell saws here.

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May 19, 2010 | Delta Saws

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I have an old craftsman table saw. i believe the "brake" or gears a shot. the saw runs very loud and shakes. now no matter how much i tighten the blade the nut loosens after one cut.


With the saw unplugged and the blade tightened, using your fingers try to wiggle the blade side to side and lift it up and down. Other than a little flexing of the blade, there should be no movement. If you have much movement you have a problem and the saw is dangerous. If this is a belt-driven saw, then you may be able to replace the bearings on the arbor (the shaft the saw mounts to) or you may have to replace the whole arbor. If this is a direct-drive saw (the saw mounts directly on the motor shaft) then the bearings that have failed are in the motor and you are less likely to be able find and install replacement bearings. If you find the model number of your saw, you might be able to find drawings and replacement parts on this site:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/
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Manual for #103.0205 circ. saw


Earlier comment 103.0205 Table Saws does not need lubrication is simply wrong.

The103.0202, 103.0203, 103.0305 Craftsman Companion Table Saws main Arbor axle DOES have to lubricated or else the axle bearing will quickly loosen side-to-side or vertically and fail to provide accurate saw cuts.

FWIW, Sears no longer sells Arbor Axle replacement parts... The Table Saw Arbor axle and Bearing Housing cannot use sealed bearings unless the saw case is re-milled and extensively modified. There are 2 Oil Hole Plugs (part# 475-32) that need to be opened and oil applied so the Arbor axle shaft does not get scored or worn.

I use 30wt motor oil to relube the Arbor Axle Shaft depending on amount of use, temperature, and axle rotation stiffness.

Remember, the higher the RPM speed of the table saw motor and/or the longer the use, the more frequently you may need to relube the Arbor Axle Bearing!

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The fact that there is no screw suggests its a push fit. Without knowing the machine, I am taking an educated guess, but suggest you will need a hydraulic press.

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