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King-Seeley Corp.-Central Specialty Division
Ann Arbor, MI; Ypsilanti, MI
Wood Working Machinery
103.22161 Craftsman '80' Bench Saw
Date of Manufacturer:
2/29/2012 12:17:37 PM
This Craftsman/King-Seeley Model 80, 103.22161 8" Table saw. This model was built in the 1950's by King-Seeley and has a cast iron top with three cast iron table extensions.
I had 2 of these saws, this Gray one with home made stand, and a Beige one. The Motor on the Gray one was junk, so I took the motor from the Beige one. The Beige one also had the 2 cast iron table extensions, so I put them on the gray one.
I also have the COMPLETE Original Owners manual, with accessory "catalog", and parts list.
I found some table saw accessories from a "Shop-smith" and they work great with this Saw.
I installed the Safety Switch from a Craftsman 9" Saw and a new grounded cord to the 3/4 hp original motor.
After some cleaning and polishing,This saw is a great find.
I just installed a Power Twist Link Belt, OMG did it kill a lot of the Vibrations! WOW
Passed the Nickel test! 3 times in a row....
I Leveled the saw out, and put a 3" square of Vibration mat under each foot.
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