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Any help with how old this is I want to restore it, I have had it for 25 years, runs great
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#1 posted 04-17-2013 03:46 PM
I have the same saw, at least it looks just like that. I believe mine is in the 60 to 70 year old vintage. It was my Dad’s. Still works great. Check out Vintagemachinery.org, there’s a lot of good people and info on your saw, if you have any numbers on it will help.
#2 posted 04-17-2013 04:55 PM
it still has the original metal plate with serial number My ex`s grandfather it was in his basement i think it is the original motor runs like a top I just want it to look good
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#3 posted 04-17-2013 09:41 PM
Check this post about band saw restoration http://lumberjocks.com/topics/28476
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#5 posted 04-17-2013 09:49 PM
Just took a look it looks just like the one I have there is hope, I have wheels bolted to the saw so it move around when you cut came that way what system do you have on yours, it looks like it is stable?
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#6 posted 04-17-2013 09:49 PM
You also can find lots of information on the http://www.deltaportercable.com/ServiceAndSupport/ServiceAndSupport.aspx. They even have operation and owners manuals for a lot of the older models like this. I have a similar one, but not quite as old. Mine is about 25-30 years old.
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#7 posted 04-18-2013 01:39 AM
I have the same saw…I called Delta and gave them the serial number and they told me the exact month it rolled off the line (October 1945!)
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#8 posted 04-18-2013 02:38 AM
I was given a similar saw. I sprayed all the bolts with PB Blaster every day for a week and worked them loose, new tires and guides , 6” riser kit , great saw!
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#9 posted 04-18-2013 10:12 AM
I hope you don’t mind but I rotated you picture and now can look at it without straining my neck.
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#10 posted 04-18-2013 01:19 PM
What’s in the box on the rails?
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#11 posted 04-19-2013 11:00 PM
Try OWWM.com they is a good resoucre for restoring old tools.
#12 posted 04-19-2013 11:49 PM
Thanks to every one. We have a giant sale at work and just pulled two twelve hour days and have to drive 1 1/4 hr each way. The Box on the side of the saw is my version of a duct collector, It slides over the rails, has a small gap on the under neath side that when I attach the dust collector hose it pulls a good deal of air threw , I made some baffles on the inside to help with the flow, It is made out of a card board box ( it was a proto-type that worked so well I painted black and put it back on)Thanks for all the great sites to look for part and turning the pic upright need to figure that one out
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#13 posted 04-21-2013 01:48 AM
Love the old tool restorations. Show it off when it is done.
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