There is something funny going on with my TS. I'll try to remember the sequence I went thru when I found the problem.
I noticed the blade wasn't parrallel to the table slots, and was pulling work pieces away from the fence. I have a dial indicator attached to a platform with a guide that slides in the table slot and it was showing .025 "runout" at the back of the blade. I lowered the blade all the way down, removed the belt from the arbor pulley, slightly loosened the 4 trunion bolts, ran the blade back up, tapped the trunion to eliminate the .025, retightened the bolts, and the blade was now at .000 "runout." I ran the blade back down and slipped the belt back on the pulley, and , just because it was still in the slot, I rechecked the blade with the indicator. The .025 "runout" returned! Why would the weight of the motor have any influence on the tracking of the blade? I will appreciate any help you guys can give me with this.