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Forum topic by shadetree90 posted 12-09-2014 07:35 PM 5425 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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12-09-2014 07:35 PM

Ok im new here o sorry for any bother to you but im in need of some parts for my table saw anyway just bought this saw from a friend the rip fence front block is broken but when I looked at the part number for the saw the fence Is a pipe the one on my saw is square so does anyone know where I can get the front block assembly complete for my saw or do any of you have one you would part with sorry for the long post. Jesse

-- Jesse, Kentucky,

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#1 posted 12-10-2014 12:21 AM

can anyone assist me on this? I really need the saw to use and I don’t want to spend the money for a new fence assembly, Thanks in advance. Jesse

-- Jesse, Kentucky,

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#2 posted 12-10-2014 12:37 AM

A pic would help us….help you. But it sounds like the fence is aftermarket. Without knowing which fence is installed or which model saw we’re talking about, it’ll be hard to give you much guidance.
That said post a picture…... or at least tell us what model of saw you’re asking about.

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#3 posted 12-10-2014 03:21 AM

The model is delta 34-670 but the fence is different from what i can find it did come on the saw because i traced the part number but its not a part they make anymore the part number is delta 1313251 ill get a picture tommorow of the fence thanks for the reply

-- Jesse, Kentucky,

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#4 posted 12-10-2014 03:50 AM

This place:

says they have them in stock. They want $50 +shipping.

Edit: That appears to be for the round fence rail. I believe you said yours is square. As you likely already know, that web site says the fence head for the square rail fence is an obsolete part.

Pic of square rail:

Pic of round rail:

Maybe you can find a used fence on Craigslist. This one in Clarksville, TN comes with a spare table saw.


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#5 posted 12-10-2014 04:49 AM

I had the Rockwell version of that saw for many years. I hated that fence, which ran on pipe rails up front and on the back. To crosscut anything wide, you had to slide the fence all the way to the end to get rid of it. I despise all fences that lock at the far end, as they aren’t stable that way (sounds counterintuitive, I know). The best kind of fence is the T square type, that locks the fence only on the front rail (usually a square tube). The rail at the other end becomes merely a way to hold up the end of the fence when you go beyond the end of the table.

T-square fence!! Brand doesn’t matter much, though some are more popular than others. You can even make your own (I did). If you make your own, you can use square tubes for the rails, or even angle iron. The test I always apply is to smack the far end of the fence with my fist. If it doesn’t wiggle, it’s good. Check out the TSs at HD or Lowe’s.

Check out the typical fence at the BORG and notice how many of the cheapies have fences that can easily be moved when clamped at the far end. It’s even possible to clamp them crookedly on purpose. Think what that means if you want accuracy. You should not have to measure near and far parts of the blade (over to the fence) with a good fence.

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#6 posted 12-10-2014 02:49 PM

Thanks everyone for the replies I think I will check out the ones at lowes or home depot, but if one comes up on here for cheap id be interested because I like the the fence on this saw it is pretty stable and doesn’t move when locked

-- Jesse, Kentucky,

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