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This blog (short for Web Log) is dedicated to the Sawsmith radial arm saw which was manufactured by the companies Magna and Yuba Consolidated; the early manufacturers of the Shopsmith tools. This blog features links to Sawsmith saws and Shopsmith accessories that fit the Sawsmith which are for sale on eBay and elsewhere on the web.

As a side line we will also list the occasional Sawsmith 2000 tablesaws which come up for sale from time to time. While they have little in common with the original Sawsmith, they are still part of Shopsmith history, and if found at the right price, are an OK tool.

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7 comments:

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GatorManiac said...

I recently came into possesion of a Saw Smith Radial Arm Saw. I need to replace the v-belt in it (the original), but cannot find anyone who can point me in the direction of a cross that will work properly on my saw. The original is a Yuba 4747 2. A little help???!!!

David said...

Any idea where I might find a left arbor nut for a 1965 Sawsmith radial arm saw ? Shopsmith no longer carrys it. Thanks !

David said...

Any idea where I might find a left arbor nut for a 1965 Sawsmith radial arm saw ? Shopsmith no longer carrys it. Thanks !

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carl warshaw said...

I have a Yuma saw Smith radial arm saw sitting in my garage with the drum sander attachment, and 2 saw blades custom cut by freud to fit. The saw is all original. Contact me at cw2158@gmail.com if interested.

Elizabeth Jimenez said...

http://m.ebay.com/itm/1959-YUBA-SAWSMITH-/282012369981?nav=SEARCH