FS: Delta Contractor Table Saw - sold

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Jared
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USA made Delta 34-444 from the early 90s. It has quite a few very useful upgrades including cast iron wings (from a unisaw), an upgraded fence, upgrades pulleys, Contract Saw PALS, a leecraft plate with splitters, and upgraded switch.

Full Stats below the pictures. I also have the old stamped steel wings and fence if interested. Let me know if you have any questions.

$500



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Stats:

1.5 HP USA Made Marathon Motor - Currently 220v with upgraded paddle switch, but it can easily be converted back to 115v

2 Cast Iron wings - the original wings were stamped steel. The cast iron wings taken from a unisaw add significant weight to the saw.

Delta 30 in. T-Square Fence (type 1) - USA made "baby Biesemeyer fence"

Upgraded Pulleys and belt - In-Line industries upgraded pulleys and link belt. They provide better balance and run smoother than the original pulleys.

In-Line Industries Contractor Saw PALS - These make trunion (table) adjustments simple. The difficulty of this adjustment is a common complaint against contractor saws. The PALS fix this problem.

Lee craft zero clearance plate with Micro-Jig Splitters

Dust Collection Chute
 

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Jared
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@BKHam I know what you mean! They are pretty expensive (not to mention shipping) to get on eBay so I was lucky to get a matched set. They definitely made a big difference on the saw.

If someone ends up buying the saw and offers me less without the wings, I will keep you in mind :)
 

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