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My husband has an 8 1/4" radial arm saw with router. He is unable to find the bits anywhere. Can anyone help with this situation. He has been to home depot, rona, smaller outlets but to no avail. Help!
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Greetings (your name here) and welcome to the forum, I cannot help you but someone should be along shortly and help you out.

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Hello N/a, I used to have an old Wards Powr-Craft radial arm saw that had 2 threaded shafts. One spun same speed as the blade. The other spun 20,000 rpm and had a collet for 1/4" shank router bits. I never used it but any bit with the right size shank would work. Is yours similar?

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Hi there and welcome to the router forum

If you post the make and a picture of your radial arm saw, you will get better answers

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Hello....... Welcome to the forum, sorry I cann't help either, but hang in there days not over yet.
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Hi, welcome to the router forums.

First off, I'm slightly confused as to which you're after. Blades for the Radial arm saw or bits for the router? Either way, bits and blades can be found through any HD, Lowes, Rocklers, Woodcraft, etc., the list can go on. There are many places that carries these.

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