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MNMark
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SS2000 table saw Blades

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I have a SS 2000 in good working order, use it all the time . I need a new blade. Do the current SS table saw blades fit the SS2000?
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The Sawsmith Table saws use the same 1-1/4" arbor hole 10" blades as the Mark series tools. It can use non-Shopsmith 10" saw blades with a 5/8" arbor hole the same as the Mark series tools also. It had different Arbors than the Mark V 500 did but the 5/8" Arbor from the Sawsmith is now the 5/8" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555608) for the Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7. The original Sawsmith 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555572 or as listed in the manual P/N 517118) is no longer available. Since it has the same blade positioning as the Shopsmith Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7 the 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555130) for it should work as a replacement if needed. The Sawsmith Table Saw Arbors for 1-1/4" and 5/8" arbor hole blades look the same on the outside. Removing the nut shows which one it is.

I should add that, although I would like to someday, I do not or have not owned a Sawsmith Table Saw.
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Re: SS2000 table saw Blades

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Thank you. I had bought blades in past from shopsmith that worked fine. The arbor is set up for 1.1/4 hole, and both are 10 inch. Only trouble i have with saw, it somestimes kicks out the reset when putting load on motor. I hope sharper blade helps remedy that.
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chapmanruss wrote:The Sawsmith Table saws use the same 1-1/4" arbor hole 10" blades as the Mark series tools. It can use non-Shopsmith 10" saw blades with a 5/8" arbor hole the same as the Mark series tools also. It had different Arbors than the Mark V 500 did but the 5/8" Arbor from the Sawsmith is now the 5/8" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555608) for the Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7. The original Sawsmith 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555572 or as listed in the manual P/N 517118) is no longer available. Since it has the same blade positioning as the Shopsmith Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7 the 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555130) for it should work as a replacement if needed. The Sawsmith Table Saw Arbors for 1-1/4" and 5/8" arbor hole blades look the same on the outside. Removing the nut shows which one it is.

I should add that, although I would like to someday, I do not or have not owned a Sawsmith Table Saw.
Me too. There was one available locally with the excaliber fence system a while ago. I thought long and hard but I just don't have the room in my 30' X 40' shop (yeh I know). I bought an almost new stand alone pin router (latest version) a few years ago and I don't have a place for that yet.
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jsburger wrote:
chapmanruss wrote:The Sawsmith Table saws use the same 1-1/4" arbor hole 10" blades as the Mark series tools. It can use non-Shopsmith 10" saw blades with a 5/8" arbor hole the same as the Mark series tools also. It had different Arbors than the Mark V 500 did but the 5/8" Arbor from the Sawsmith is now the 5/8" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555608) for the Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7. The original Sawsmith 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555572 or as listed in the manual P/N 517118) is no longer available. Since it has the same blade positioning as the Shopsmith Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7 the 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor (P/N 555130) for it should work as a replacement if needed. The Sawsmith Table Saw Arbors for 1-1/4" and 5/8" arbor hole blades look the same on the outside. Removing the nut shows which one it is.

I should add that, although I would like to someday, I do not or have not owned a Sawsmith Table Saw.
Me too. There was one available locally with the excaliber fence system a while ago. I thought long and hard but I just don't have the room in my 30' X 40' shop (yeh I know). I bought an almost new stand alone pin router (latest version) a few years ago and I don't have a place for that yet.
Simple solution. Just build an extension on that tiny shop.
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jsburger wrote:
Me too. There was one available locally with the excaliber fence system a while ago. I thought long and hard but I just don't have the room in my 30' X 40' shop (yeh I know). I bought an almost new stand alone pin router (latest version) a few years ago and I don't have a place for that yet.
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