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 DeWALT DW309 TYPE 3 Recip Saw Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1382748-05
Field Case
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$31.10
2381711-00SV
Field
In stock
2 available
$22.69
3383597-01
Ring,Brush
In stock
1 available
$19.19
4330019-19
Screw,Plastite
In stock
8 available
$1.12
5383392-00SV
Armature and Brgs
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$66.72
6330019-34
Screw
In stock
2 available
$1.12
7382642-04
Switch and Module Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
8330019-01
Screw,Torx HD
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.11
9382750-01
Fan Baffle
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$4.17
10137382-02
Sleeve
In stock
2 available
$1.08
11382751-00
Door,Brush
In stock
2 available
$2.06
12384177-00
Clamshell,Hndle
In stock
2 available
$27.81
13330019-13
Screw,M4X19
In stock
25+ available
$1.12
14330081-08
Cord, 16-2SJ
In stock
6 available
$12.31
15330005-01
Cord Protector
In stock
25+ available
$4.75
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
1686634-00
Cord Clamp,Curv
In stock
1 available
$2.00
17330019-02
Screw,Plastite
In stock
17 available
$1.11
18385721-00
Case,Gear
In stock
2 available
$53.60
19383752-00
Gasket,Gr.Case
In stock
2 available
$2.77
20385720-00SV
Gr.Case Cvr.Asy
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$47.24
21429952-00
Wob.Shft and Nut
In stock
1 available
$81.68
22397097-00SV
Pin. Wobble Set
In stock
3 available
$28.56
24385872-00
Wobble Arm Assy Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
25395918-00
Nut
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.12
26623504-00
Shaft and Pin
In stock
1 available
$27.25
27383195-01
Arm,Pivot
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$88.71
28383280-00
Bearing,Sleeve
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$2.00
29383219-00
Strap,Bearing
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.12
31625752-00
Counterweight
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$16.76
32382187-00
Pin,Wrist
In stock
1 available
$4.57
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
33620663-00
Clamp Pin
In stock
4 available
$0.99
34383749-01
Slider
In stock
4 available
$3.37
35604731-00
Blade Clamp Collar
In stock
7 available
$9.38
429914-00
Shaft Assembly
In stock
2 available
$45.63
623343-00
Spring
In stock
13 available
$0.99
38387425-00
Steel Ball
In stock
13 available
$1.12
39391452-00
Lever,Sa
In stock
4 available
$5.44
40383745-00
Plate,Retaining Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
41330045-05
Lock Screw
In stock
25+ available
$1.12
42384023-00
Boot
In stock
1 available
$8.54
43383435-00
Shoe
In stock
2 available
$15.01
45627212-00
ID Label
In stock
2 available
$1.15
46610513-00
Nameplate
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.08
47383387-00
Spring,Brush
In stock
4 available
$4.37
48384719-01
Brush
In stock
15 available
$3.62
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
49330003-09
Ball Bearing (6001Z)
In stock
25 available
$10.41
50330003-09
Ball Bearing (6001Z)
In stock
25 available
$10.41
52330003-04
Ball Bearing (608D)
In stock
14 available
$10.32
53383241-00
Sleeve Bearing
In stock
2 available
$1.47
54384466-00
Plate,Brg.Retnr
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$2.16
56045550-00
Spring
In stock
1 available
$1.28
57613056-00
Pin
In stock
2 available
$1.08
58389999-00
Spacer Plate
In stock
2 available
$1.28
59330045-06
Screw
In stock
24 available
$1.12
60384405-00
Button
In stock
4 available
$1.12
61330004-02
Bearing,Needle
In stock
6 available
$4.37
62384401-00
Plug,Felt
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.12
6399180-24
O-Ring
In stock
3 available
$1.28
64330003-12
Bearing, Ball
In stock
2 available
$8.68
65099022-02
Ring,Retaining
In stock
2 available
$3.17
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
66387262-00
Felt Oiler
In stock
2 available
$1.71
67383227-00
Cap
In stock
4 available
$1.80
70623496-00
Ring
In stock
4 available
$0.99
75610877-00
Warning Label
Ships in 9 - 13 business days
$1.11
800429698-00
Grease:4 LB Can
In stock
3 available
$85.38
801286436-00
Grease
Note: 1 LB
In stock
1 available
$102.42
856380951-10
Blade Pack Obsolete - Not Available
Note: 1 LB
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
861381189-00
Box,Kit
In stock
2 available
$58.12

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zigman
Question: Part's

zigman

I broke part #36 ,now my tool is useless. Why isn't that part listed ? It's the most vunarable part on the saw .
Tinkerdave
Reply: Part's

Tinkerdave

Hi zigman,
The Dewalt DW309 type 1 had several engineering changes.One of which incorporated a redesigned blade clamp collar to give the clamp a more pronounced grip on the blade.This new design was used on the type 2 and type 3 tools. The reason you can't get the blade clamp is that they want you to update your old type 1 to the new type 2 and 3 design.You will need to get the 429914-00 Shaft Assembly kit to replace the type 1 blade clamp.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
creek
Question: Shaft Assembly

creek

When I order part# 35, the shaft assembly, would I also need the spring, slider, etc., or is the assembly the whole shot?
sean thomas
Question: Gear Case Asy.

sean thomas

I'm having trouble opening the gear case from the gear case cover assembly. Any thoughts? Thanks
alfredo
Reply: Gear Case Asy.

alfredo

There's a black rubber button at back that has to be removed to access the nut. Remove the nut and the gearing can be removed.
mike hazen
Question: Blade Release

mike hazen

On the Model #309 recip saw, when lifting release the whole shaft turn not allowing the blade to release. Is there something I'm missing that holds the shaft?
dirkmyster
Question: Blade Removal

dirkmyster

can't remove blade from saw, slider seems to work. Have taken tool apart, but do not know what to do with the clamp to get it apart. Help
cmoorejack
Reply: Blade Removal

cmoorejack

Hey dirkmyster,
Need more info to help you..model # and type..
[they have several different styles and types]..ugh..:)
Craig
dirkmyster
Reply: Blade Removal

dirkmyster

dewalt DW309 recipacating, sorry
cmoorejack
Reply: Blade Removal

cmoorejack

You will have to remove the clamp pin ..item # 33 on the breakdown..you can use a small screwdriver tip or a pair of needle nose pliers to pull it out.. replace whatever you need to and reassemble the same way.. make sure you are looking at the correct breakdown for your model #..there are 3 different types with different parts!
hope this helps..
Craig
dirkmyster
Reply: Blade Removal

dirkmyster

Thanks
Along the same line, What is the difference between a Type2 and Type 3?
cmoorejack
Reply: Blade Removal

cmoorejack

Different part #s for the switch's..however the blade clamp parts are the same..oh..and i think the type two were assembled by left handed people..hee..hee..:)
Craig
dirkmyster
Reply: Blade Removal

dirkmyster

Seriously, whats the difference between Type 1 / Type 2 / Type 3? I know part #'s, but besides that what's the difference? If type 2 was made by left handed what about 1 and 3? Right handed and amputees?
Michael
Reply: Blade Removal

Michael

In almost every case, the changes between different versions of a tool are pretty minor. Usually it'll be something to reduce cost or increase durability slightly, and different revisions rarely have any kind of different features. The different type numbers are the result of a slow progression over several years, and it's hard to pin down what has changed without just referring you to the parts lists.

Basically, it really is just the part numbers. Make sure you're ordering the parts for the right type number if you're doing any repairs, but besides that I wouldn't worry about it.
dirkmyster
Reply: Blade Removal

dirkmyster

Thanks for the info. You guys really know your ####
OLDandTIRED
Reply: Blade Removal

OLDandTIRED

The blade is broke off in the holder and refuses to cooperate ???? Any suggestions???
OK you pull the pin #33 ,the picture on the print does it no justice ,,it is longer than it looks
Looks like removing all the screws # 6 was not needed.
Knowing there is a ball bearing is in there is nice to know ,too.
Ok Proceeding with repair.
Opps there goes the spring # 37 across the room .
Oh for a paint pen to mark the up on these parts,in and out also,
A few more times putting it in and I can make production.
I love fixing things ,I know nothing about ,it is such a challegen ,that Part PRINT is a GOD Send.
Ok slide part 34 to the bottom of the slot ...by the way the spring is able to make itself into a left hand part ,,,,if it hits right after flying across the room.
Slip #37 spring in hole and slide up .it is so easy once you have done it wrong 20 times,
Oh yes don't forget the ball bearing ..........
Wiggle and pry on part # 34 slips over ball bearing and locks in place,,,,
Ok re place # 33..
Yeah the long thin part
young folks forget old timers can't remember
you can put the yellow thing...#39 in wrong......but only once
oh yeah part #43 was lost ,it is on order
hey unplugging it at the beginning is a good idea,
there you go if you did not lose any parts in the sawdust
Did you forget the rubber cover ok one more time
Yes, you have to remove part #40 TO GET IT ON
leave yellow part #39 in place slip rubber over and push,,,,,If you for get the yellow thingy ,,,,,,,,pushing on the # 57 button will help remove the rubber cover
genek
Reply: Blade Removal

genek

Howdy OLDandTIRED,
Now you've got the spirit! Just keep pluggin' along! It gets easier after the 2nd or 3rd time. I remember the first time I changed that d@%b spring on that recip saw. I had a pick hooked around the spring, trying to pull it into place and have it lined up where it is supposed to be. After having it slip off half a dozen times, regrouping, and taking a deep breath, success was accomplished! This is one of those jobs that only get easier the more you do it, I have found out, sad to say.:p
OLDandTIRED
Reply: Blade Removal

OLDandTIRED

GENEK
TY,,,,,,,,,,,,,ah yes that tottal joy of knowing a job is well done ,,,,and getting those wounds sowed up from where the screwdriver slip and enter the hand ,
But I hope GOD forgives some of those engineers i have cursed over the years for making it so hard ,
Surly they did NOT do it on purpose !???
but we now have internet ,,,,,,,,,Just think ,i could have gotten help for so many thing ,,,,,,,
LONG LIVE ,,,,,,,,,DIY, and thanks to TOOL REPAIR HELP
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