I've got these bits leftover from what I believe to be an early 90s Taiwan-made dust collector:
The inlet on the separator is 5". Comes with both bags. The triple wye fits a 6" dust collector port.
Come get these before I have to chuck them into the abyss.
My Porter Cable sidewinder circular saw took a leap off the workbench and the base is tweaked to un-usability. So, I'm looking at an upgrade. Anyone have a magnesium worm drive Skilsaw collecting dust in their shop?
Taylor, just a thought. . .if you have a good set why not acquire a second "good set"? I see tilties on Facebook marketplace pretty frequently.
At this point that saw is 3 times older than either you or I. So, if it lasted a whole lifetime already, maybe you could pass the second set of...
The time has come to pass this project on to someone who will finish it (or needs parts).
Included are two saws, one dual shaft motor 3/4 HP 3450 RPM motor, 4 "waffle-style" cast iron wings, 2 fences, and 2 miter gauges, and 4 metal legs.
Asking $100 for the lot, pickup in Graham NC.
Hope everyone had a joyous Christmas!
I tapped my mediocre turning skills to make a whistle for my daughter.
She loved it, bit it took a couple of tries to get a concentric hole down the axis of the whistle.
I'm using a Craftsman lathe with a Nova chuck and drilling with the tailstock.
Straight wire with prongs, or small black box that plugs in to the wall? If the latter, the box will have a label that lists the input and output. Look for an adapter that has the same rating. Or post a picture and I will see if I can help.