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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:33 pm 
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Anybody have the URL handy for the "Old Iron" woodworking machinery
group.? A friend has an old sears table saw that parts are no longer available
for and he ask me if I knew of people that may have pieces etc. Told him
I'd ask.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:36 pm 
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owwm.org

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There is a dot com section as well:

http://www.owwm.com/home.aspx

with pictures, manuals, etc.

Googling "old iron woodworking machinery" will also get you there.

But they were pretty good in naming their site; especially if you think "old wood working machinery" instead of the parlance "iron". ;)

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Thanks fellows. The friend is on to it now with those pointers. If he can't
find a replacement I'll try to make one for him in the metal shop.
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What parts? model number? I have a few old TS parts.

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Daddy Gloves wrote:
What parts? model number? I have a few old TS parts.

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Same here. I have several circa 1950s Sears laying around here. Let me know.

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I have some old Sears parts also. If you haven't found what you need, send me a PM.

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I guess my friend who was looking found a source for the part.
Thanks for the offers. I wish he'd join this group but I guess he has
too many "irons in the fire". :-)
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