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I am looking to find a part for my jointer. Its useless without this part as it raises and lowers the infeed table. The part is referred to as the "linkage assembly" and is no longer available from Sears / Craftsman. I really don't want to have to buy a new jointer because i cant find a $5.00 part. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have attached a picture with the part outlined.
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A model number of the jointer might help

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If it's a 103.23320 6" jointer, I might have it, for cheap.
I have a jointer in the back of my truck that's used for weight. I'll check under the table for the parts.

EDIT: Got it. Need any other parts? How about the bolt to mount it to the table?
Here's another manual w/parts list for it.
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Default Craftsman Jointer Model # 113.232200

I appreciate the replies. The Jointer that you have for weight is not the correct model # but the part sure looks the same. I have attached some additional pictures that may help. I bought a part on ebay that looked to be the same but it was shorter and the threads inside were not the same. I sure appreciate anything you folks can do to help.

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Here's what I have. A bit rusty, but the threads are in good condition..
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If the threads are a problem can you do a heli coil type operation on the part?
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AXL, the entire part looks to be too long but the part i really need is the threaded end and that looks universal. The threads could pose the same problem as before but i wont know unless i try it.

Not sure about the heli coil as i don't know what that is. if it would work i will do it in a heartbeat!

AXL, what would you like to send me the part? You can email me directly at [email protected]. I am located in upstate NY.

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If it's a 103.23320 6" jointer, I might have it, for cheap.
I have a jointer in the back of my truck that's used for weight. I'll check under the table for the parts.
Wow, you have a jointer in the back of your truck as weight LOL. It never ceases to amaze me as what you may find out there.

I had a 6” jointer when I was 18 yrs old that I stored in my grandmothers basement while I was in Vietnam. I came home to find out that my grandmother’s basement had flooded with raw sewage from the town sewage system. Workers from the town cleaned up the mess and hauled away everything from the basement including my Jointer, Radial Arm saw, Table Saw, Band Saw, Drill press and lot of hand tools. My grandmother was too ill and fragile at the time to know where they went and I lost everything.

It was 30 years before I got another jointer, but I still wonder to this day what happened to my stuff. Maybe they are in the back of someone’s truck as weight LOL.
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heli coil and similar is a thread insert repair system.
I used it to repair stripped out spark plug holes in gas engines back in the day
you might find a system that uses epoxy to hold the insert in, dunno.

most cost over your $5 part budget, however

heli coil - Google Search

PS, Johnny, about your lost tools...... bummer.

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AXL, the entire part looks to be too long but the part i really need is the threaded end and that looks universal. The threads could pose the same problem as before but i wont know unless i try it.
I can send the crank handle and shaft as well. I don't need any of it.
I'll get a pic and update this post. Won't take long at all.

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The shaft is 5/8" diameter 11tpi left hand thread.

Also, I have the elevation and angle assemblies from a C-man tilt top table saw. The parts are the exact same. 5/8" X 11tpi. The arm lengths are 5" and 6". If all you need is a threaded connector and an arm, no problem sending just those.
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