08:39AM | 05/07/01
Member Since: 05/06/01
2 lifetime posts
The other day I purchased a Craftsman Radial Arm Saw. The only problem that I have with it is the table is in very bad shape. So my two questions are, is there anyone out there who can tell me where I can get a replacement top with a spot for my router built in. Finally, how do I adjust the blade to make sure that it is straight.


Mark Hammond

07:08PM | 05/10/01
Member Since: 05/09/01
246 lifetime posts
Hey Vinny,
Let me know what model you have and I'll get back to you. There should be a lable that gives this info....


06:00AM | 05/11/01
Member Since: 05/06/01
2 lifetime posts
I have the information to get the replacment for the saw, what i was looking for is any aftermarket tops that would be better for me, like the tops on a table saw.


04:37PM | 08/03/16
I recently acquired a Craftsman 10" Radial Arm Saw, Model 113-23100 that does not have most of the table components. All I have is the front table, which measures 40" x 19" x 1" thick, made of "particle board". It is in very bad condition, and needs replacing. I will make the rest of the table components, but I do not know what the dimensions are for any of them. I do have the manual for it, but there are no DIMENSIONS given for any of the listed table components. Can anyone tell me what the dimensions are for the front and rear tables, the spacer and the fence?

Many thanks in advance,

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