09:07AM | 11/04/05
Member Since: 11/03/05
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Sears lists but no longer makes available parts for this old saw. Anyone know where I can get a gear rack (part 6305), owners manual (785888-5), and a table extension (accessory ?)?


06:36PM | 11/04/05
Member Since: 01/21/05
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Hi Robert. All that I have parts for the model you need is a partial gear rack (part of the rack broken off).If you have a partial on your Tablesaw maybe you could make a complete rack by welding the pieces together. If that is doable I will send the rack to you.


08:48AM | 11/12/05
Member Since: 11/03/05
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Thank you for responding. Could you let me know which side of the rack you have -- I need about 4" of the right side (as you face the rack attached to the saw). Don't know if it could be welded or not -- it's a nasty jagged break -- I'm not a welder, but perhaps someone else could do it. First, let me know what you have, & thanks.


04:59PM | 11/12/05
Member Since: 01/21/05
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On the rightside of the rack the measuring scale starts at the ten inch mark with the fastener bracket attachment(still attach to the table) extending about one inch futher to the right. This is where the break is. There is also a crack at the 3 1/2 mark. But not all the way through the rack.


Dale Steele


03:15AM | 11/28/06
Member Since: 11/27/06
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I would like to purchase Part #6302 (Nut Bracket) if you are selling them. Please send an email..


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