Craftsman4" Jointer Model # 103.21861

by Kevin Love
(Sylacauga Al)

Craftsman 4

Craftsman 4" Joiner

Just bought this, and wanted to know how old it is and if you can still get parts for it and/or a manual. Runs good but needs new blades.

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Dec 23, 2010
I Have Craftsman 4" Jointer - 103.21861
by: Anonymous

Mine is a Sears King Seeley. It is also a 4-inch and does a very good and accurate job on smaller stuff. I have used it about 20 years. Also have a six-inch Craftsman jointer. Both are from the late 50s and early 60s. Also have a Craftsman 10-inch band saw that I have seen in a 1954 Sears catalog. All of them work great, but I' m about ready to sell out and quit the sawdust trade.

May 25, 2010
Jointer blades
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the tip I will google them and see what I can find.
Joe

May 22, 2010
jointer blades
by: Anonymous

Freud makes blades to fit these old jointers.

May 07, 2010
Did anybody ever get back to you?
by: Joe Neerdaels

I have the same model jointer that I recently picked up from my dad. He bought it new from sears in 1967. It still runs great but I seen it could use a new set of blades. Sears no longer stocks them so I'm looking for a tool and die maker and will probably have some made.

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