|Forum topic by AAANDRRREW||posted 10-11-2016 05:18 PM||276 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
10-11-2016 05:18 PM
I’ve owned my Delta 36-725 for a year now and I’d say I’m very happy with the saw thus far. I’m just beginning to dable in wordworking, but for what I’ve done (and what my wife’s expectations are) it has come through just fine.
The only problem I have with the saw is the wheels. My garage is a little limited on space, mainly due to my other hobbies and kids toys, so the saw normally lives underneath my work bench and gets pulled out when I need it. This isn’t the biggest issue, but getting it under there is a pain because of the two fixed wheels on one side and the caster on the other side, giving it a “shopping cart” steering system.
Has anyone modified or can think of a way to modify this so I can wheel it in all directions, similar to the Rigid table saw? I got this saw over others because of the quality and not as many alignment issues, but I sure hate wrestling it back under my tool bench.
I tried to think of a couple ways to get casters in place of the fixed wheels, but I see no way reasonably feasible yet.