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Posted on Delta Unisaw Model # 34-801F questions

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Fallon

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#1 posted 04-11-2010 08:00 AM

I paid about the same for my ‘86 Unisaw that needed a bit of work & came with no extras.

Mine is 220v only. I think that anything over 2hp or so is really only going to be 220v. A 110v saw at the 3hp range could pull over 15 or 20 amps making it unusable on any normal household 110v circuit.

Depending on the vintage of your particular saw http://www.owwm.com might have the manual, and if not, most of the stuff on the Unisaws hasn’t changed much at all.


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