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Re: Can you name the manufacturer?

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05-24-2013 19:00:25

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It looks exactly like my Ryobi saw stand in my garage. The same leg locks and support pieces.


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05-29-2013 09:33:35

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 Re: Can you name the manufacturer? in reply to r_d97, 05-24-2013 19:00:25  
I was able to look at the Ryobi A18MS01 at Home Depot.... The saw mounting rails are about 16" long; mine are 20 1/2" long. A spring that holds open my front plastic half circle has been removed. The current half circle has 2 "feet" added to act as a spring. Soon to break off. The lock handles will not fit mine due to the cam bar being shorter. So I have an older unit of unknown model number. And much better construction.

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05-25-2013 12:30:28

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 Re: Can you name the manufacturer? in reply to r_d97, 05-24-2013 19:00:25  
Thanks, Edward. Have a part #? I need the locking handles and cams, but I can only find a late model (A18MS01)on the net. Parts are available for it, but it may not be the same as my older one. They dropped the rollers and two hole "T" outboard support bracket on the new model. The saw mounting brackets look the same.

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05-25-2013 19:31:35

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 Re: Can you name the manufacturer? in reply to Slowpoke, 05-25-2013 12:30:28  
Mine is the same 18MSO1 you list.


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