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barryell

06:41PM | 05/19/05
Member Since: 05/18/05
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I'm looking for parts for an old Craftsman saber saw, model 315.27722. I tried *****.com, but they no longer have the parts available for purchase.

I purchased the saw in 1967 and I need two new drive gears.

Anyone have any ideas, or a saw with a burned out motor that they would part with for parts?

Thanks.

Barry

carl21l

08:12PM | 05/20/05
Member Since: 03/21/04
173 lifetime posts
I have that saw with the kit box. The saw has a bad speed selector board on it.

JMHO

Carl

barryell

07:16PM | 05/21/05
Member Since: 05/18/05
3 lifetime posts
Thanks for the reply Carl.

Are you willijng to let your saw go for parts? If so what would you want for it?

Barry

ThinkGreener

07:11AM | 06/10/10
Member Since: 06/09/10
1 lifetime posts
In the process of rebuilding this saw the two gears fell out and I'd like to know if either of you can describe how these gears work together - that is, how they are timed? Also, the top reciprocating slider slides freely verse the bottom slider which is pined to the reciprocating shaft - is this the way it is suppose to be?

thanks

Frank

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doug seibert

11:00AM | 06/10/10
Member Since: 08/10/02
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barryell

11:08AM | 06/10/10
Member Since: 05/18/05
3 lifetime posts
Thanks for the info. I long ago gave up on finding a gear set and got a new saw.

Barry
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