• Subject: Re: Table saw shake
  • From: Bob Clark <bclark@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:48:34 -0500
  • Organization: US Safety

Thank you for sharing this with us...

Pat Barber wrote:

> I forgot to mention, in all my excitement this morning, the table
> saw vibration went away with a belt change and reinstalling motor
> on saw(per installation instructions)... My old belt looked fine,
> but apparently developed a "set" from lack of use in all of the recent
> heat wave(which keeps me away from saw). I also did minor tune up of
> fence and guard/splitter.. I also went out and purchased a new
> Freud LU87 24 tooth thin kerf rip blade, which made a WORLD of
> difference
> in ripping that nasty old pressure treated 2x10's etc,etc.... I
> thought all the hoopla about thin kerfs was just that , HOOPLA, but
> no indeed, they do make a huge difference...
> I also ordered a set of machined pullys and a link belt, which ought to
> help out quite a bit <>>><>><><><>
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