|Forum topic by bmwman91||posted 09-29-2015 06:25 PM||1031 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
09-29-2015 06:25 PM
As you can read on my blog entry here, I did some overhauling on my Unisaw 34-802 Type II, and I have some goodies left over that need a good home.
First up is the original Delta left extension. It is cast iron and measures 27” x 8”, with the standard Delta 3-hole bolt pattern (also found on many other saws). It is in 97/100 condition with a couple of tiny dings in the top and some small surface stains. There is no rust pitting or anything like that, and after scouring it I gave it a coat of SC Johnson paste wax to keep it looking good. It is also straight, and it mated perfectly to the cast iron top on the Unisaw.
Here are links to a couple of pictures of the extension wing. They are linked rather than embedded in the post because the forum format seems to chop off the right 25% of the image.
The asking price is $75 since that seems to be the going rate on eBay for these. I am located in the San Jose, CA area.
I am happy to ship this as well, and according to the USPS website, Priority Mail shipping will range from $35 to $75 (left coast vs right coast). Of course, I will be happy to give you an actual shipping cost based on your zip code if you are interested.
I also have 8 feet of very nice 5” polyurethane dust collector hose. The inside walls are smooth since the ribs are on the outside, and I have observed practically no dust built-up with this material (versus the PVC and ABS materials in my old hoses). This 8’ section has not been used, and came off of a 25’ length since that was the minimum quantity when I purchased the hose.
Here is a picture of the piece of hose that I have for sale:
Here is the Amazon listing for the product that I purchased:
I am asking $50 for this, which comes out to $6.25 per foot. This hose cost $9.70 per foot when I bought it, so this is a fairly good deal at 36% off per foot. I am also fine with shipping this, and the price of that will probably be in the $30-80 range depending on destination simply because it will be pretty bulky and fairly heavy. If you are in the CA Bay Area, obviously pick-up will be free.