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06-17-2016 06:43 PM

Topic tags/keywords: what model delta fence tablesaw

this is and what fence is on it?

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#1 posted 06-17-2016 06:49 PM

Looks like a Unisaw, and that is definitely a Biesemeyer fence.

Cheers,
Brad

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#2 posted 06-17-2016 06:53 PM

Worth 3 C-notes then?

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#3 posted 06-17-2016 06:58 PM

I’d pay 3 for it, even if it needed some work. Is it 1-phase or 3? That would be an important bit too on if it’s worth the 300.

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#4 posted 06-17-2016 07:06 PM

Worth 3 C-notes then?
- ohtimberwolf

I would think so, easily… even if it has major problems, doesn’t run, has a three-phase motor, etc…. Consider it as buying the fence for $300 and getting a Unisaw with it. Depending on condition, it might not need anything more than some new bearings and belts to get it fully operational. Or if it has major problems that make fixing it too cost prohibitive, there are valuable parts on the machine that you could sell off to get your money back (and more), and wind up with a fence for free that you could put on any saw you may have (well, within limits… probably not one of those little plastic benchtop/jobsite things :)

Cheers,
Brad

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#5 posted 06-17-2016 09:21 PM

This is what comes with it. It is set up for 110-220 and they couldn’t run it for me right then. The deal is they will keep it for me and have a 220 hookup tomorrow. If there is no strange noises all else seem to be dirty but pretty good and I will buy it for $200. Here are some pictures of it as it is.
UniSaw Delta Rockwell Table Saw Motor 1hp Model 34-450 Ser # GW2433
Saw Delta Rockwell Model 36-725
Any advice on loading it on a Ranger ex cab?

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Fred Hargis

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#6 posted 06-17-2016 09:26 PM

Take the extension, fence and such things off. Then push it up to the tailgate and flip it into the truck table top down (might want to put some padding under it). Sold my Unisaw a year ago and that’s what the buyer did, really worked well. Then we stuff the leftovers into the bed around the saw. Congrats, looks like you will have one hell of a buy.

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#7 posted 06-17-2016 09:40 PM

1974 model based on serial number… even if it didn’t run, $200 would be a fantastic deal. To transport, do what Fred sez above ^^^^^ I might add that in addition to removing the wings, fence, etc…, remove the blade, then raise the arbor up as far as it will go and tilt it as far to 45 as you can. That places the motor, when upside down, as low as it can go and centered in the cabinet. Block it with some 2x’s or whatever if you have to transport a long distance or on bumpy roads. To load, just tilt the machine against the truck, lift and flip. I’ve done it single handed before, but it’s a lot easier if you have a helper.

Cheers,
Brad

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#8 posted 06-17-2016 09:41 PM

Thanks Fred for the advice. I’ll see if I can figure out how to get the extension and fence off when I get there. I may have to have 3 other guys there to help lift it on and put the weight towards the cab and buckle it down. I like your way better though. larry

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#9 posted 06-17-2016 09:42 PM

Brad, thanks for even more advice, I need it. larry

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#10 posted 06-17-2016 10:14 PM

Two hundred????

Dude, YOU SUCK !

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#11 posted 06-17-2016 10:54 PM

That is an amazing price. I paid $800 for the same model saw and biesemeyer fence a year ago. For my area $800 was a pretty good deal, $200 is an absolute steal.

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#12 posted 06-17-2016 10:55 PM

Thanks guys, you make me feel good. :)

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#13 posted 06-17-2016 10:56 PM

I’d beat you up and take it for 200$.

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#14 posted 06-18-2016 01:33 AM

Fridge, Good thing for me that you are not close by. :)

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#15 posted 06-18-2016 02:11 AM

That’s a great find!

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