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  1. Pic says it all, can’t find anywhere on planet earth fence parts for my Delta 36-540 Type 3 Table Saw. Cast piece broke and part #490591-00 obsolete. Any ideas? An alternate? An “old parts” warehouse? thanks.
  2. Just wondering how Delta haven't taken a hit from Bosch with this saw? It looks like they've taken the base and guard mechanics of the DeWalt Flexvolt/DWS780 12" mitre saw and the Bosch GDL arms and cobbled them together. About the same price as the Bosch too so why would this be any more appealing.
  3. Well, kinda. Dad bought this Delta 28-276 back in the mid-90's. Didn't use it much, and eventually it got moved into storage and forgotten about. He's tried to get me to take it forever, but I just never got around to it. A couple weeks ago I finally dug it out to have a look. The belt was missing, which I knew, but the ridiculously shitty trunions were busted to the point the table was about to fall off. Table was a solid sheet of rust ? So I sanded the table down starting with 220 and working all the way up to 2000 grit, ordered a link belt at Comp's suggestion ($23), found some upgraded trunions ($35). Once I got it running and played around with it, I was actually surprised how well it did. Great cuts, smooth, and not very loud either. I liked it well enough that I ordered a HTC Mobile base ($60), and a Kreg Fence ($107), because for some reason that is totally lost on me, the 28-276 was sold without a fence or miter gauge. So the free bandsaw ended up being a $225 investment, but it's hard to bitch. It's still less than half of what a comparable bandsaw would have cost me to buy and I can finally quit fooling around with the little bench top model that I hate. Once the fence and mobile base arrive, I'll be in business.
  4. Hello all, I have been busy looking for a bearing cap, part number 1346017, everywhere. I know it has been discontinued but I am not ready to replace my perfectly good drill press. Does anyone know of a place I could get a new cap? A random warehouse would be great. Thanks for any help
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