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crmygdnss

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1326 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: tablesaw part wanted

Greetings all! I have a Jet contractors saw I purchased back in the late 90’s. Stupidly, I did not get the cast iron wings when they were available. I did purchase an accufence (edit – Accusquare) and router table add on (which was one of the best purchases I’ve ever made!) so I really only need one for the left side of the saw.

I recently purchased the Incra Miter 5000 and I’m thinking I really want to have a truly solid surface on that side of the saw now, but after contacting Jet customer support, they only have replacement stamped metal wings, the cast iron wings have been discontinued. I’ve scoured the internet looking for one but can’t seem to find it anywhere.

So if anyone here has a wing they’d be willing to share or if someone knows of an after market part that would work, please let me know.

Model – JWTS-10
Stock – 708471 (this apparently did matter as there were different stock models)

Thanks all!!

-- I love woodworking. Except sanding, gluing, cutting long stock, finishing, detail work, sawdust, the cost and loss of time. :)


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cabmaker

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#1 posted 1326 days ago

Is that a 27 inch deep top? Seems like I remember someone blolting up a stock delta wing to one. If so ebay will have a few I would bet. Good luck JB

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Tomoose

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#2 posted 1326 days ago

I think several places (benchdog is one, if I recall) sell cast iron extensions that have router table inserts in them – maybe that would be an option for you?

my Delta contractor saw has the stamped wings, too…

Tom

Well, i read too fast and just noticed you have a router extension already…

-- cut it twice and it's still too short...

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crmygdnss

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#3 posted 1325 days ago

Tomoose – yup, router extension on the right (Accusquare) and love it.

-- I love woodworking. Except sanding, gluing, cutting long stock, finishing, detail work, sawdust, the cost and loss of time. :)

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Mark Colan

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#4 posted 1325 days ago

I have a Delta wing I need to find a home for – I replaced it with a shop-made router table, and I don’t think I’ll ever go back. It’s 27” and fits a Contractor saw, but I think the holes are fairly standard even across brands.

-- Mark, hack amateur woodworker, Medford (greater Boston) MA

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crmygdnss

18 posts in 2396 days


#5 posted 1325 days ago

Just measured and it’s 27 and just shy of an eighth of an inch. I’m not sure if it needs to be exact?

-- I love woodworking. Except sanding, gluing, cutting long stock, finishing, detail work, sawdust, the cost and loss of time. :)

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IrreverentJack

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#6 posted 1324 days ago

Ebay has a couple.

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JefferySun

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#7 posted 559 days ago

Jet has the parts for replacement but it is too expense, 350$ for 2 plus shipping fee.

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greyspider

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#8 posted 558 days ago

I have two unisaw wings I’ll give you. However there would be shipping involved.

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BigRedKnothead

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#9 posted 558 days ago

Likewise, if your not stuck on cast, I have a stamped jet steel wing that came off my proshop that you could have. I ordered cast but they sent both.

-- Red -- "That the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse." W. Whitman

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malcolmdotcom

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#10 posted 73 days ago

I have the Jet JWTS-10, #708471 saw. I put a BenchDog router wing on the left side and I put a Sawstop cast wing on the right (required drilling a few new holes).

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