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Original Saw Parts

The top-quality parts are available here to keep your saws running for many years to come.

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How do you know the right part number?

Use the diagrams below to identify the type and year of your saw. This will help us find your needed part. 

Radial Arm Saw Parts

When determining the replacement parts needed for a radial arm saw, it is important to know the series and serial number of the saw. The serial number is located on a riveted tag on the front of the frame on a radial arm saw. Beginning in 1995, Original Saw Company assigned serial numbers by year, month, series and numerical. ​

A manual is sent with each radial arm saw. It provides important safety information, diagrams and instructions. Refer to the manual to determine the parts needed.

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Beam Saw Parts

When determining the replacement parts needed for a beam saw, it is important to know the series and serial number of the saw. The serial number is located on a riveted tag on the front of the frame on a beam saw. Beginning in 1995, Original Saw Company assigned serial numbers by year, month, series and numerical.

A manual is sent with each radial arm saw. It provides important safety information, diagrams and instructions. Refer to the manual to determine the parts needed.

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Crosscut Saw Parts

When determining the replacement parts needed for a Crosscut saw, it is important to know the series and serial number of the saw. The serial number is located on a riveted tag on the front of the frame on a crosscut arm saw. Beginning in 1995, Original Saw Company assigned serial numbers by year, month, series and numerical.

A manual is sent with each crosscut saw. It provides important safety information, diagrams and instructions. Refer to the manual to determine the parts needed.

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