Craftsman 4 inch planer model no. 103.20670

by Ronnie Loving
(Woodville, Tx)

Craftsman 40 4-inch Jointer

Craftsman 40 4-inch Jointer

Craftsman 40 planer. still works. motor runs (craftsman general use motor). homemade on/off switch. Planer is model no. 103.20670. was wondering if anyone knew how to tell what year model and how much it might be worth.

Comments for Craftsman 4 inch planer model no. 103.20670

Click here to add your own comments

Mar 27, 2011
Original Owners Guide Craftsman 4" Jointer 103.20670
by: David

I have the original owners manual and parts list for this jointer and, of course, the jointer itself. I don't have the stand, however. I am happy to send the manual via pdf file.

Feb 24, 2009
Craftsman 40 jointer
by: GaryCN

I have a working one, model 103.20680
same color and branding. I'd guess it's early 1960's
http://lumberjocks.com/jocks/GaryCN


Jan 11, 2009
Craftsman 40 - 4 3/4 inch jointer -
by: brainmester

The model number you found is listed on Sears.com as the fence for a 4 3/4 inch jointer. The fence parts explosion is all that they picture and is is terrible quality but it looks just like my fence. I can't tell from the picture but now I'm convinced we have the same tool.

Tom

Jan 11, 2009
Craftsman 40 jointer
by: brainmeister

I have been searching for info on my jointer and found your post. From what I can tell, our tools may be identical. My jointer has a black paintjob with white "Craftsman" and red "40". I purchased mine for $15. It is mounted on a home-made stand and has a very old looking replacement 3/4 Hp motor. I could not find the model number so I was excited to see you have. I wonder where you found it. I do not have the stand pictured in your post. your stand looks like the original. I'm pleased with the quality and have friends with newer benchtop jointers that all have short outfeed tables. This jointer does a good job. I'ld love to have a manual with specs. I believe it will be easy to shorten a longer set of blades with an abrasive cutoff saw to replace them when they are too worn down.

Tom
Asheville, NC
dr_gross@bellsouth.net

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Vintage Craftsman Tool Photos.

 

 

More Old Woodworking Tool Links

  • Delta Woodworking Tools
  • Craftsman Woodworking Tools
  • Rockwell Woodworking Tools
  • Oliver Woodworking Tools
  • Boice Crane Woodworking Tools
  • Walker Turner Woodworking Tools

Free Rockler Catalog

Free Rockler Woodworking Catalog Here.

Rockler Free Catalog