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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 06-16-2014, 07:30 AM Thread Starter
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Been following this ever since I thought of buying the GTS 10XC and now that I have, I was wondering could I just get the inner washer (the one with the 30mm shoulder) replaced with the 4100 model - so that I could use a dado set ? perhaps I'm missing something...

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No the uk version the shaft has a metric thread which is slightly smaller than imperial thread on the US version. Also the uk shaft is not machined with the 2 flats which permit the thin spacer to be slid along the shaft

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Oh, that makes it more complicated

from my measurement the arbor on my saw is 15.85 mm which is 0.02 from 5/8" do you think that would make a difference ?
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Thread on the UK version is considerably finer than the US version, which is an ACME thread, I would guess the dado blade sitting on the thread would cause damage. Just a guess.
I have been using the dado blade on the US shaft with no problems.

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Hi Jolly1,

I am new to this forum. But I have read with interest your posts on the dado blade. I also own the EU model of the GTS 10 XC Prof (Swiss/German model)

A couple of more questions:
1) Which Freud 8 inch Dados did you order (where?): I had those in my focus: amazon.com/Freud-SD208-8-Inch-Professional-Dado/dp/B0000223O9? (Sorry I am not allowed to post links)
2) Are there any other parts needed besides the listed items/parts in the beginning of the post - > I do not want to order twice in the US due to the high shipping costs.
3) Are there any other recommendations?

Thanks a ot.

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Hi Guys

Regarding the throat plate...will the standard 4100 dado throat plate (TS1007) fit the UK Bosch GTS 10XC?

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Hi Jorge,
I have a question about extracting the armature from the motor of my GTS 10XC table saw. The fan fitted on the armature of mine is broken (how is it possible) ant I would like to fix it.
For now I've removed the motor housing, motor cap, carbon brush set, but I can't pull out the armature.

Can you tell me if it is possible to remove / put back in place the armature from this side, or do I have to completely dismantle the gear housing side of the motor?

Thanks in advance for your answer!
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I'm having a similar prob. With fitting a dado set. Is the 4100 arbor longer than the one fitted to the gts 10xc?
Also is it poss to use 30mm bore dado set?
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Hi Guys and welcome John

Anyone like to tell me what the fascination with using a dado set is? Especially on a portable (site) saw?

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Currently I am modifying the mitre slide to remove the small amount of sideways play.
Hi, John,

Thanks for the details of the parts. I have ordered them.

How did you get on with removing the sideways play? My two disappointments with the GTS10 XC are the sideways play and the stiffness of the mitre slide, so any light that you can cast on these would be very much appreciated. Thanks.

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