12:32PM | 01/12/09
Member Since: 01/09/09
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BRAND: MALLORY USA, 216-259MFD 110VAC, C10-109234B-170, 60 CYCLE, 235-8010K-01



04:21PM | 01/13/09
Member Since: 01/12/09
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I have owned this table saw for 30 years. I recently have been overhauling it and discovered the motor would not start. I pulled the capacitor and here is the information you have requested..

Capacitor manufacturer..Mallory

216-259 Mfd, 110VAC



$8.35 at the electronics parts store

Not sure what the long numbers were. I went to the parts counter at the local electrical supply house and gave them the manufacturer and the 216-259 Mfd (Micro Farads, measure of capacitance) and they gave me the part. Hope this helps


08:42AM | 12/01/09
Member Since: 11/29/09
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I have a craftsman table saw,part#113.298030.It has no pulleys.Does anyone Know What dia.they are supposed to be? Iknow that the shaft sizes are 5/8",and the motor rpm is 3450.but need pulley sizes for proper ratio.Anybody anywhere know?

Thanx, Sdav

doug seibert

10:12AM | 12/01/09
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
The exploded view/parts list can be found by searching at:

Shows pulley(s) #44 twice.......2 1/2" diameter....

replacement/substitution still available from Sears Parts Direct

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."


09:29PM | 08/03/10
Member Since: 08/03/10
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Today I bought from craaiglist an electric motor (1 HP, 110 V, 3450 RPM with two shafts). I plan to make out of it a buffing machine. The seller told me that the motor runs at 3450 RPM. When the motor arrived to my house, I've checked the label on it. The label was severely damaged. I could not read anything except the manufacturer ( CRAFTSMAN) and the model 113.12171).

So, I googled "craftsman 113.12171" and found the post, posted back in 2004 by gentleman JFOSTER.

Among other things he said:

Just in case someone else finds this thread I will type in the motor specs for 113.298031.

His prophecy became reality today. HE MADE MY DAY.

Mr. JFOSTER, if you read this, rest assured, I AM REALLY THANKFUL for the motor data, you typed into the internet collective knowledge base.

Thanks again


P.S. I joined this forum just to be able to post this message


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