by Pat

103.24230 in pretty good shape. Obviously paint is old and oxidized and exposed cast iron has a rust patina (i.e. cutting table), but again ... pretty good shape.

I have another newer (but maybe not really as good) Craftsman that I use so I'm going to fix it the older one for a DIY'r nephew.

The only thing needed (perhaps other than wheel rubber) is the lower thrust bushing (not really a bearing).

Where can I get a replacement lower thrust "bearing"? Tried Sears/Crafstman = obsolete.

If I can't find an original or equal, I may just make one using a ball bearing and a 0.375" post.

When completed I'll post pictures.

Comments or help?


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