Identify part

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goodyeartom
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Identify part

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What is this? I purchased a used Shopsmith a while back and this was among the "extras."
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jsburger
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It is a saw blade arbor for saw blades with a 5/8" arbor hole.
John & Mary Burger
Eagle's Lair Woodshop
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Re: Identify part

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John is probably correct but since I cannot see the top of the Arbor without the nut I am not sure which one of the two shown below you have. The one on the left is P/N 555608 and is the 5/8" Saw Blade Arbor originally for the Sawsmith Table Saw but now for the Mark V 505, 510, 520 and Mark 7. It is the more commonly found Arbor of the two. The one on the right is P/N 555572 and is the 1-1/4" Saw Blade Arbor for the Sawsmith Table Saw.

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goodyeartom
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Re: Identify part

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Thank you!
It is a 555608 - and when I saw the answers I smacked my forehead and said "I should have seen that" to myself...!
Thanks again!
Tom
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