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saildog789

05:13AM | 11/05/06
Member Since: 11/04/06
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I have a 103.22160 8" table saw circa 1950's in excellent condition. I would like to know (1) what motor size is best for this model. (2)What blade size;(3)Where can I get blades; (4)not sure how the motor mounting is supposed to be configured to align with the arbor. Can anyone help ? Diagrams; old manual schematics ?

doug seibert

05:22AM | 11/05/06
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
Try visiting the OldWoodWorkingMachine website........Here's the Craftsman pages

http://www.owwm.com/MfgIndex/Publications.asp?ID=222

Your saw manual (PDF) is listed here:

http://www.owwm.com/files/PDF/Craftsman/103-22160.pdf

"...measure once.....cut twice....throw that one away and cut a new one...."

saildog789

05:55AM | 11/05/06
Member Since: 11/04/06
3 lifetime posts
Thanks for the link to OW. I looked furhter and actually found the original manual and directions for use etc that came with the saw "Revised - 1952". My dad was a good saver. But still the OW link will be valuable. I also have a Delta drill press Homecraft 11"(Delta) Model 11-110 $39.95 in Sept. 1947 in excellent condition. Picked this up years ago for $50 bucks in a garage sale. Solid cast iron; Jacobs chucked, oil impregmated bronze bearings in the quill, ball thrust bearings in the spindle pulley etc.

Hope I can find accesories
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