rockwell 860 (maybe)
by David P. Devan
(Canastota, N.Y. USA)
I have a green rockwell 1930's table saw all cast iron I need a part or two , the closest one to resemble it is an 860 but mine has no star wheels it has 2 standard levers with a ball on one side and a lever on the other one makes the table go up and down, the other is attached to a rod that is hooked to the table underneath by an H shaped (or near H) cast iron bracket that has one hole on each side (taped for a screw) that hooks into the shaft by a round twirling thingthats on the end of the shaft. when turning the table can be angled to 45 degrees. it is real old and I need to replace the H (?) bracket thats cracked and find the 8 inch saw blade too. both levers are broken and I am replacing one.held in not by a set screw but by a pin thats very difficult to get out...any help can be appreciated. I will try to add a picture later if I can. I also need the cover that goes over the blade (4 inch rockwell/delta jointer with it)
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