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    Montgomery Wards 10" Radial Arm Saw - works but taking up space!

    Posting it here before Craigslist. I got this many years ago in trade but I don't use it and it takes space in my shop (do all the work with the table and other saws). Works just fine, has a wood deck, on a wood pedestal base with wheels (the stand sets on, can be lifted off). This is a PIF with the only caveat that you have to come to my house to get it. You will need a good trailer or three people to get it loaded in the back of the truck. PM me if you have any questions. I'd like to see if to to a SG'er before someone on CL.







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    Re: Montgomery Wards 10" Radial Arm Saw - works but taking up space!

    In please sir!


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    Re: Montgomery Wards 10" Radial Arm Saw - works but taking up space!

    Not in.

    But FYI Craftsman has a similar one, and it was recalled. These are the older 1970s-1990s models. Recall gives you two options. $100 to destroy it, or a free extra part that is a blade guard of sorts.

    Not sure if MW is the same, but might very well be.

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    Re: Montgomery Wards 10" Radial Arm Saw - works but taking up space!

    Morris if you can get $100 to destroy it, you should do it and buy 10 pmags.


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    Re: Montgomery Wards 10" Radial Arm Saw - works but taking up space!

    I suppose I could destroy something that works. Seems kind of silly to do that, however. Anyone want it? If so, PM me. Otherwise, I'll break it down or schlep it off to Goodwill.


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