I probably would pay Maybe $200 for that table saw, at least buying new you have a warranty and a brand new saw. I bought a used ridgid last january, motor crapped out 6 months later. Was gonna cost more to replace or fix the motor than what I paid for the ts or what it was worth, said screw it and bought a brand new saw, happy with my decision.
What are the opinions of those of you that have been doing this much longer than I concerning glue (Tite-Bond in this case) as the only means of holding parts together. The parts are square, planed, and match without gaps. The glue is applied to both parts and spread evenly, the joint is clamped until squeeze out and the squeeze out is cleaned off the joint. The joint will be under minimal stress, no terrible load will be applied and there will be no risk to life and limb. The joint will be left to cure a few hours, or should it be longer?