Question about Powermatic Saws
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you want to buy a new one, the Grizzly G1022 Table saw is an exact replica of the PM#63. A owners manual and parts list is available at their website. Grizzly.com
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
I would try calling powermatic here. They'll be able to get the part number and let you know whether they have it available, or if it's compatible with currently produced models.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: vibration in powermatic model 66
No. Unplug saw remove saw blade grasp shaft that saw blade was on wiggle back and forth. Should not be too much play. After 10 years motor bearings are proably worn. Easy to replace
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Bearings are made to be replaced and are a standard size. Either present the shaft size, the recess it fits into size and the width and any bearing dealer will supply you the required item. When you do buy a bearing ask for a 2RS bearing. That means that it has rubber seals on both side of the bearing. Or take the sample with you, even if it is in pieces. Also, the bearing number is usually stamped on the side of the outer race, something like 6201 or 6201 2RS.
Bearings can be difficult to remove, especially if they have fallen apart and the balls have come out. To get the inner race off a shaft, the easiest way is to grind the race on one spot almost to the shaft and then give it a whack with a hammer and it should crack in the ground face. The outer race can be levered out of the housing or if it is too tight, drill two 1/8" holes through the housing opposite each other so that you can knock the race out with a pin punch. Refitting the bearing (replace both of you can) - slide the new bearing onto the shaft after giving it a light rub with a fine abrasive material and giving it a light smear of thin oil, tap it down until it bottoms on its flange, when both bearings are on the shaft, press it into the housing and assemble the motor again - that's it.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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