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    I have a very good condition Craftsman 18" Scrollsaw (113-207600) that needs parts. I don't want to throw it away, it might be good 'for something'. In looking at searspartsdirect.com, I find that I need the cap, blade holder, screw and blade clip for both the upper and lower arms.

    This saw was given to me and is in very good shape but missing the blade holder assemblies for both arms. Previous owner has no clue what happened to them.

    Does anyone have one of these old saws sitting around gathering dust and I can scavenge parts from at a reasonable price? Sears doesn't have them all in stock so I'm looking here first...
    "Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday." John Wayne.

    "Make the project so you're happy with it. It makes no difference if someone else likes it or approves of it. If you're happy with how it turned out, then it's a masterpiece". - My Dad 2010

  • #2
    Here are a couple places to try.
    Tool Parts Direct . com - The Online Tool Repair Parts Store
    Repair Parts for All Major Brands - DIY Repair | eReplacementParts.com
    Mick, - Delta P-20

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    • #3
      I checked Sears and they have all the parts except for the cap. I found them at THIS LINK

      It appears that neither Tool Parts Direct or eReplacement Parts carry Craftsman parts.
      Mtnman Jim

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