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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matty66 View Post
    Hi There

    I also do not appear to have the two screws / fixings on the right hand side of the opening of my blade housing beneath the table as shown in your picture? Is this where you fixed your riving knife too?
    MAT
    Hi Mat, yes that is where I attached the riving knife. If you don't have those screws, do a search for table saw splitter. There are lots of good instructions for adding a splitter to an older table saw.
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
    https://autoblastgates.com.au

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    Many thanks for that; I will search that one up

    MAT

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    Default Arbor bearings job coming up

    Quote Originally Posted by NCArcher View Post
    I cleaned all the old grease out of the arbor and regreased it as the bearings felt fine.
    New to this forum, but I do have a Tanner 10" Table Saw like this. I've had it for about 40 years and used it a lot over that time.
    I was thrilled to get it because it's the same model (or similar) to one my father had down in Southland New Zealand and those days when we all helped taking demolition timber to the saw for firewood and I still see him as he waits for more timber to cut clearing the sawdust out of the mitre slot with a quick up-and-back motion of the mitre whatsit. I was well impressed.
    This one was old when I bought it for $35 but it's served me well. However just lately the pulley-side arbor bearing is making noises!

    What bearings are in it anyway? Plain white metal like my 1969 BSA crankshaft?

    I guess I'll work out how the arbor comes apart, I did with the BSA! Wish me luck!

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    The arbor is fairly easy to pull out. Start undoing bolts and you will have it in no time.
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
    https://autoblastgates.com.au

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    as a wierd question, what do you do for dust extraction on a saw like this?

    obvisouly not a huge consideration back in 1952, do you just wheel it out side and let the saw dust fly?

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    It actually has a DE port cast into the blade housing. I've enclosed it with bits of MDF with magnets in, to keep them in place, and have a shop vac attached but it does bugger all. Well..it does do a bit. I wear a mask if cutting MDF. For the very occasional use it gets it's good enough.
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
    https://autoblastgates.com.au

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