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aladdinsgenie

11:06AM | 01/08/05
Member Since: 01/07/05
1 lifetime posts
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My husband has an older craftsman 10" table saw P/N 113.29992 and needs a new motor for it. The old motor was a collar mount, capacitor start, 60-cycle, 1 HP, 115/230 Volts, Single Phase, 14/7 Amps, 3450 RPM. I have looked everywhere, but I guess I still haven't looked in the right place. Any information to help me find one will be appreciated. If you have one for sale I'll need a PN, the cost and a description plus picture or a place I can view it before I order so I'm sure its what I need before I order please.

thanks

spindeepster

09:22AM | 01/30/05
Member Since: 01/29/05
2 lifetime posts
Any luck finding a motor yet? If not, you might try ebay. If that doesn't work, do what I did. From Peninsula Electric Motor in Newport News VA I purchased a new motor, with these specs:

LEESON

1HP

115/208v

1 phase

60HZ

I also purchased a 3in pully, because the motor didn't come with one. The good news, it runs like a champ. The bad news, $245.28 total.

Hope this helps......


dickychuck

01:02PM | 06/14/05
Member Since: 06/13/05
1 lifetime posts
I was given this table saw but there is no motor on the unit. I have looked in the ***** Craftsman parts website and they do not have parts available. Does anyone know where I can get a motor for this model?
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