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It’s not every day that you remove the tabletop from your table saw and get a close-up view on the interior workings, so you’ll want to watch this second session of the Delta Unisaw rebuild even if you never plan to rebuild a table saw.

This week Steve Shanesy takes a close look inside the saw. He steps through the individual parts including the trunnions, bearings and the arbor assembly and demonstrates how to clean your ways without a greasy mess. He also shows you how to remove the old bearings, then install new ones using simple tools. And if you’re rebuilding a saw , or if you think you might someday , Steve has a couple tricks to make the job easier.

To watch the second installment, click here.

And if haven’t caught the first act, click here.

– Glen D. Huey

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  • Michael Hanes

    Please let people know that WD-40 is an excellent penetrant and water displacer and is good for loosening tight assemblies, but is NOT a good long term lubricant. If left on the assembly and if there is a little bit of heat generated, it actually becomes something akin to post-it note glue.

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