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Old January 12th 06, 05:29 PM posted to rec.woodworking
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Default Need dimensions for Sears 113-197751 Radial Arm Saw table

I have a Sears Radial Arms Saw, just got it, and my grandson likes to take
it, but it doesn't have a table or legs. So at least I thought I cut the
table pieces for him. Can anybody help me with the dimensions? The model #
is 113-197751...I'm sure there is no hope for the legs, they probably need
to be purchased, right??.....many thanks........Peter


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Old January 12th 06, 08:20 PM posted to rec.woodworking
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"PeterM" wrote in message
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I have a Sears Radial Arms Saw, just got it, and my grandson likes to take
it, but it doesn't have a table or legs. So at least I thought I cut the
table pieces for him. Can anybody help me with the dimensions? The model #
is 113-197751...I'm sure there is no hope for the legs, they probably need
to be purchased, right??.....many thanks........Peter


Before you go to far, check he
http://www.radialarmsawrecall.com/

You might get a whole new table AND guard for free. I did!

As for the legs, you can build a nice cabinet with storage below, wheels if
you want, and be way ahead of the cheap leg set.

Sorry I cannot help with the table dimensions. Got rid of my RAS a couple
of years ago.
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********
Bill Pounds
http://www.billpounds.com


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Old January 12th 06, 09:11 PM posted to rec.woodworking
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Default Need dimensions for Sears 113-197751 Radial Arm Saw table

What a wonderful helpful guy you are Bill, this includes my saw, and I
called them right away, and the lower guard is on the way......At least the
grand kids will not get hurt that way. The saw has a home made guard, and
this way it will be even safer..........Peter

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"PeterM" wrote in message
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I have a Sears Radial Arms Saw, just got it, and my grandson likes to
take
it, but it doesn't have a table or legs. So at least I thought I cut the
table pieces for him. Can anybody help me with the dimensions? The model
#
is 113-197751...I'm sure there is no hope for the legs, they probably
need
to be purchased, right??.....many thanks........Peter


Before you go to far, check he
http://www.radialarmsawrecall.com/

You might get a whole new table AND guard for free. I did!

As for the legs, you can build a nice cabinet with storage below, wheels
if
you want, and be way ahead of the cheap leg set.

Sorry I cannot help with the table dimensions. Got rid of my RAS a couple
of years ago.
--
********
Bill Pounds
http://www.billpounds.com



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Old January 12th 06, 09:13 PM posted to rec.woodworking
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Default Need dimensions for Sears 113-197751 Radial Arm Saw table

i have one from 1965,model #113.29410.the table dimensions are
40"wx21-1/2"d.i bought the legs from sears,but if i had to do it over
again i would build a cabinet with drawers and casters.

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