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I Just bought a 14" Ram Machinery Bandsaw from a friend and and the table tilting bracket are broken and the upper blade guid is broken. I am trying to find some place where I can get the items, so that I can replace them. If someone knows where I can find these parts I would be most greatful.
the Modle is #0067, the serial # is 4001 and it was made in 1985.
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Hi Slim

I think you will find out the Ram band saw is the same as the HF and the Grizzly 14" band saws and many others as well, a call to Grizzly or HF may get the parts you need..


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http://cdn5.grizzly.com/manuals/g0555_m.pdf
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I Just bought a 14" Ram Machinery Bandsaw from a friend and and the table tilting bracket are broken and the upper blade guid is broken. I am trying to find some place where I can get the items, so that I can replace them. If someone knows where I can find these parts I would be most greatful.
the Modle is #0067, the serial # is 4001 and it was made in 1985.
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Hi Slim and welcome. I believe the part you are trying to replace is the trunnion.
Try this link from The Saw Center. There are trunnions near the bottom of the page.

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Hi Slim and welcome. I believe the part you are trying to replace is the trunnion.
Try this link from The Saw Center. There are trunnions near the bottom of the page.
It sounds like it's actually the trunnion support bracket that is broken.
it's the part that seems to break easily from mishandling. I just replaced one on a 14" Grizzly earlier this week for a friend. It's labeled table support in the link Deb provided from the saw center.

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Thakns Guys

Thanks Dr. Zook nad Canuck Gal,bibj3 and xplor2 for all of your helpand greatings.
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Thakns Guys

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