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    Hello All,
    I have an EX-21and I want to buy a spare set of thumbscrews for the upper and lower arms. I checked out seyco, where I purchased the saw, but they are too expensive. ($30 a set) I checked ereplacements.com and they do not sell them. Can anyone tell me where else I can get them? Thanks for your help.
    Mark
    Proud new owner of an EX-21

    WWW.MGMWOODWORKS.COM


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    I understand the same thumbscrews are used on the Dewalt 788. Have you checked for those? I have no idea if the price would be different.

    As for me, I'd spend the $30 to buy from Ray at Seyco. He's always available for help when you need it. I think I owe him.

    Jan

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    • #3
      You do not have to buy extra thumbscrews. Call Ray at Seyco and you can order the swivel with rubber ring that goes into the actual thumbscrew. It usually comes with a new set screw. I think it cost me 12 dollars. Those are the parts that go bad after awhile, not that actual plastic thumbscrew. That will save you a little money.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jan View Post
        I understand the same thumbscrews are used on the Dewalt 788. Have you checked for those? I have no idea if the price would be different.

        As for me, I'd spend the $30 to buy from Ray at Seyco. He's always available for help when you need it. I think I owe him.

        Jan
        Hi Jan and thanks. I purchased 4 at $3 a piece from ereplacementparts.com and they fit fine.
        Mark
        Proud new owner of an EX-21

        WWW.MGMWOODWORKS.COM

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