Craftsman Bench Saw 103.21041

by Todd
(Columbia, MO, USA)

I inherited my grandfather's Craftsman Bench Saw (8 inch, Model #103.21041). Unfortunately after spending years in the garage at my parents and then at my house before I tried to put it together, I am missing a couple parts. I need to find an 8-inch blade & the motor rail bar (part #37663). Of course both of these parts have been discontinued. I have only been able to find 7.25, 7.5, or 8.25 inch blades. I think the 8.25 is going to be too big; would either of the smaller blades work? Does anyone have a suggestion for what to use for a rail bar? Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can email me at FarrandD@missouri.edu. Thanks.

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by: marklo

Don't know how old your post is. I also own a old craftsman bench saw. The last time I purchased a blade for it had to be over 20 years ago. It's an 8 inch carbide tipped blade from Sears. I guess a 7.5 inch would work if the hole fits the arbor. What I do have is the original paper work with parts drawing & parts list if that will help in your search for parts.

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