06:25PM | 11/08/04
Member Since: 11/07/04
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I have a ***** 10" direct drive 2.5 hp table saw, and I've not been able to set the blade upright; there is always a slight tilt. Even Though the gauge on the face of the saw says the blade is at 0 degrees, there is always some tilt. The owner's manual shows where there is an adjustment with a screw, but this did not fix it. Does anyone have any advice to get the blade to be 90 degrees from the surface of the table saw?

I have a 10" ***** direct drive 2.5 hp table saw. I saw dampers & stiffeners on for 10 " table saws.

Do you know if the 6", 5", or 4" dampener / stiffener is best suited for the ***** 10" table saw? Thanks in advance.

Thank you in advance.


06:27PM | 11/08/04
Member Since: 11/07/04
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I am new here, and I just saw that I can't type the manufacturer S_E_A_R_S. Oh well..


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