I have an older craftsman 10 inch Table saw, mod.#113298844, and I'm looking for a part that has been discontinued, part #60255 an "s" clip that holds the belt guard to the motor can you help?
Sear Repair, Sears Parts direct e-Bay under Craftsman parts, my local Ace Hardware
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Only option I know of, is on the secondary market. Only place to round one up.
I went to the link above (click here) and it doesn't show what this part looks like but gives a price of over $21.00 for one... that's way too steep for one small s clip
Ok, no problem. I will opt out. The only way to get one is a used saw or someone like that on ebay who has the means to make them sell them OEM.
ce hardware, Lowes ect ..and several places on the internet...
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Hi and thanks for choosing JustAnswer.com.Metaphorically speaking: If a wheel is not available, time to invent a new one.And in movie talk: "You don't need no stinking clip!"Get creative with strap aluminum available at HomeCenters. A hole drilled in the guard will accept a 10-32 stovehead bolt. Insert with the bolt sticking up and put a washer, a lockwasher and nut on that. Drill a hole in the strap aluminum, put it on the bolt and add a washer, lockwasher & wing nut. Trim the bolt close to the wingnut. Bend the strap to a convienent point of attachment on the table or motor mount and bolt it, or screw it down there. You can use the wingnut for guard removal to change belts.Regardless of the type of account you have with JA, you must successfully click on "ACCEPT", or #5, to reward me for my efforts made on your behalf. By doing so you are not giving up your ability to ask more questions pertaining to this subject, and I will be happy to respond to these as well. Please take a moment and leave feedback, it is very important! If I exceeded your expectations, a bonus is greatly appreciated- it's easy to do when you accept an answer. Or you can come back and add a bonus at a later date.
solved in a much simpler way.... drilled 2 1/8 ' holes though the belt guaud and the metal on the motor, used 2 self-tapping screws ..problem solved.. Belt guard now secire into flange on motor...
Great. I did not realize the motor was in such close proxcimity to the guard. Usually the shaft is 2.5" long which puts the pulley 1.5" away from the motor. But I hope it was my " get creative/you don't need no stinking clip" that got you to thinking "outside the box". If so please click the smily face that best reflects how helpful I was. Thanks for using JustAnswer.com!Stephen Cutler41045.5273796296