Model #113197120 CRAFTSMAN Saw Radial

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  • Figure 2-base And Column Assembly
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  • Figure 3-yoke And Motor Assembly
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  • Figure 4-yoke Assembly
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  • Figure 5-arm Assembly
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  • Figure 6-guard Assembly
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  • Figure 7-table Assembly
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  • Figure 8-leg Set
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  • Motor 818888
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  • Guard Kit 509398/99 Table/ Handle
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  • Guard
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Q:

craftsman radil arm saw

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I know how important it is to have as much useful information about your Saw as possible. I would suggest visiting Sears parts direct.com where you can view a diagram of all parts available for your tractor. I have attached a link below. Hope it helps!

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Priscilla V -
February 27, 2012
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Thank you for your request for the manual and any information for the radial arm saw.

The number that you gave me if for the Emerson built motor for the radial arm saw.

The model number is usually under the table on the side of the frame and will start with a 113.1 or a 2 and then the rest of the number. Example: 113.197120 or 113.29511.

If you will provide me with the model number I will be glad to help find information on the radial arm saw.

Please let me know what you find.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 27, 2012
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Sam-Thanks! I will not be back to where the saw is for 2 weeks, but will hopefully find the model on the frame. If not I will get some pictures and hopefully I can get a manual that is close from you knowing the motor. What I am looking for is instructions to build a new table surface as I have the base legs & the saw (that hadn't been used for 25 years but still works) but no work surface (the wood table). I just need to know how to construct the table cutting surface/guide & I should be able to use it.

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Mark -
February 27, 2012
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Thank you for the update. It will be good if you could get the model number of your saw because there were some models the fell into a recall for the blade guard and with some models it included a new table complete. It may still be offered that way and you would not have to build a table. Please let me know what you find out. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 28, 2012
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Sam A-I hope to have the model # by March 12. Saw is at my cabin workshop and I will not be able to get there this weekend. Again, thanks for the help & I will let you know when I have the info. It would be great to get the safety guard & table:)

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Mark -
February 28, 2012
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To Sam A-I got my model #113.23100 and was able to print an owners manual off the internet. Hopefully you can help me contact the right source for the guard recall as the manual gives no dimensions or help for the table replacement. Let me know my next step & thanks for your help! Mark

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Mark -
March 20, 2012
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Thank you for the model number on the radial arm saw. I am sorry but your model was not included in the guard and table replacement. I will give you a link to the Recall web-site. The total table size is 27X40 or 44 or a long as is practical for you. You can make the table out of medium density particle board, because that is the most stable. You also may want to put on top of that table a piece of 1/4 inch tempered hard board as a sacrificial table top so you do not have to cut into the main table material. The table sizes are as follows. The front table is 17 inches by 40 to 44 inches long. When setting up the table onto the saw please make sure that the saw blade will be behind the fence with the tables in place. The fence is a piece of 3/4 X 2 1/2 X 40 or 44 inch plain pine. The table behind the fence is 5 1/2 inches X 40 or 44 inches The rear table is 3 3/4 inches by 40 or 44 inches. I hope this will help. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 20, 2012
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Thanks for the info Sam. It sounds like all the boards should be the 3/4 particle board except the fence? Also, do I recess screws into the boards to mount? Is it possible to purchase the kit of screws/washers/t-nut/speed nut, etc. to mount the boards? I was looking at the owners manual & saw some of these items mentioned in the instructions. I have a couple weeks until I will be back at my cabin/workshop and that will leave me time to get the parts if they can still be purchased as a kit.

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Mark -
March 20, 2012
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Thank you for the update Mark. You could order the hardware from or site but in this case I would suggest getting all the hardware and Tee nuts locally. You could also use a 1 inch MDF if you wish. But 3/4 inch particle board is all right too. You will need to measure for the mounting screws and clips that go into the table and recess the screws for attaching to the table base and then uses screws for the outer wing arms. Please let me know how it went. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 20, 2012
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With the saw about 3 hours away it might be easier to get the kit unless you could send the inventory of items and how many of each. Is that possible? Also, if I use a 1 inch top would the 1/4 inch still fit on top? I never thought I would be able to do this for a saw this old. I guess I can still get other parts if I find some need to be replaced?

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Mark -
March 20, 2012
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