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    Quote Originally Posted by jonititan View Post
    Wonderful information on this thread. I just bought a Wolf RS10A and I'm looking forward to receiving it so I can service it and hopefully use it.Attachment 372320Attachment 372321
    G'Day & Welcome "to the Great South Land" & to a top forum "jonititan".
    There are quite a few members from UK on the forum as well as across the rest of the world..
    You'll find a heap of helpful & knowledgeable blokes & ladies on the forum and for most very willing to assist.
    Make sure you show off your handiwork as everyone loves a photo, especially WIP [work in progress] photos with build notes.
    Enjoy the forum.
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    PS - If you don't get too many replies, may I suggest that you add a new thread in the power tools section to specifically ask your Wolf Router question to gain a wider audience and thus more likely to get replies...cheers.

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    Thanks will do.
    It's a 10" circular saw though not a router. )
    Given the way the housing is cast I'm also thinking of doing a support so it can be used as a table saw.
    Similar to the project Matthias Wandel did.
    Homemade table saw build (version 1)


    Edit:
    I've now started a restoration thread.
    Restoration of Wolf RS10A 10" Circular Saw
    Last edited by jonititan; 23rd Feb 2016 at 10:19 PM. Reason: added link

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    Thank you all for such an interesting thread. I recently got and old Sapphire saw and want to inspect/grease the bearings before I use it as there sounds to be a bit of a rumble towards the brushes end of the motor. Problem is...after taking the blade off which exposes the 3 philips screws that secure the top guard to the motor housing....it looks like I can't remove the same until I've undone the big "nut" around the motor shaft and in the centre of the lower guard i.e. behind the blade securing bolt and it's two blade-pinching "washers". I've been hammering an adjustable pin face spanner fitted into the nut's two square slots in both directions but the spanner jumps out as I increase the force (round spanner pins). Any advice would be appreciated. I'm particularly interested in knowing in which direction this thing undoes i.e. the blade bolt undid anti-clockwise in same direction that the blade travels as you look at it. Is is the same for this 2 pin holed nut?

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    I know this thread is now very old but I hope I can still contact.
    I have an old Wolf 1/4" Light Production Drill, type EG2c/E, serial no. 552579, still working well.
    Can you give me any details of age?
    Thanks

    Normandian

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