Wtb: Rockwell/Delta/Home craft 4" jointer.

Sourwould

Taylor
Senior User
Long shot here. Went and looked at one after work today, but the price was too rich for me. I'm in durham.
 

beloitdavisja

James
Corporate Member
I have a Delta/Homecraft 4" jointer. Belonged to my grandfather so I haven't wanted it to go to the scrapyard, but if it goes to a good home, you're welcome to it. I cleaned it up about 4 years ago and was using until I got a larger jointer. It does not have a motor - it was sharing the motor with a table saw that I no longer have.

It's covered in dust right now, but it doesn't appear to have any major rust.

I'm in Charlotte. If you have questions, just let me know.
 

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bob vaughan

Bob Vaughan
Senior User
I think the one James has is a 37-290. Those are sweet little 4" jointers and better made than the 37-110 that's available in the Richmond Va. area. The only big down side is that they both use a 2-3/4" pulley that has a 9/16 bore. I usually bore out a cast iron pulley from 1/2" to 9/16 when needed. They both use 3/32" x 5/8" x 4" knives, not the more popular 1/8" thickness.
Both the 37-290 and the 37-110 jointers had the 'Homecraft' name on their label at various times.
 

Oka

Casey
Corporate Member
I have one I use, and the unit is perfect for smaller wood, really like it
 

Sourwould

Taylor
Senior User
Thanks for the offer. I'm going to put.p the breaks for a second. I've been offered 6 of these and need to sort them all out.

I'm also going to go look at a shortened 6" that appears to be only 5" longer.
 

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