Delta Homcraft 10" Bandsaw 28-110

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01-05-2016 09:35 PM

Topic tags/keywords: delta homecraft band saw model 28-110 thrust bearing question

I’ve got a Delta Homecraft 10” bandsaw and need some parts. most of the places on the net list the parts I need but alas, most also say obsolete or no longer available. Ebay produced some results but most want a large pile of green. Anybody know the specific bearing number so I can order from a bearing manufacturer. I have all the old stuff but numbers don’t appear or have been worn off. I really like this saw and want to fix it if possible.

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#1 posted 01-05-2016 09:53 PM

If you have a pair of digital calipers (Harbor Freight’s is good enough and plenty cheap) you can measure them and call Accurate Bearing. Or look to see if you have a motor shop near you. I have one about 5 miles away and just take my old bearings and they match them up.

If you need parts other than bearings I’d look to the – join up and go to the classified forum with your wish list.

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#2 posted 01-05-2016 11:29 PM

That saw uses needle bearings up top and an oiled bronze sleeve bearing below… chances are you simply need to clean them up and provide a little lubrication. There are several discussions over at OWWM regarding that saw… start by checking out this one. And in case you don’t already have it, the manual can be found here. Should you need replacements, it lists the upper needle bearings as being Torrington B-108-X’s. You would have to measure the lower bushing after removal to find a replacement if needed.


PS: If you haven’t already, sign up over at OWWM – it is your best resource for that machine, and the buy/sell forum (BOYD) can get you parts difficult to find anywhere else.

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