I am glad you were able to solve this and don't have the wobble now. I don't think I have ever seen this on my Shopsmith, but I have had the arbor nut slightly loose once or twice, so it is possible. I have always risked hitting my fingers on the sawblade and cutting myself when I tighten the arbor. I say this because I use the Shopsmith long arbor wrench (pictured below, item # 515979) with a mechanics open end wrench to tighten the arbor nut. Tightening the arbor nut is a bit awkward any way in trying to keep your fingers clear of the sawblade teeth. I had been thinking about ordering a second long arbor wrench to use for when changing sawblades out on arbors. After reading your posts, I think I will go ahead and buy a 2nd arbor wrench from Shopsmith. For me at least, it has always been a bit awkward to change sawblades using an open end wrench that isn't as long or wide as the Shopsmith arbor wrench to tighten against the Shopsmith arbor wrench. I think having 2 of these will give me more control to tighten the arbor hopefully without scraping my knuckles on the sawblade, but also be able to get it fully tight as well. I believe you have helped me make my decision to order a 2nd arbor wrench...
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