I have a Walker Turner Surfacer / Sander (combo disc and belt sander)
in great shape with and extra sanding disc wheel and original
instruction sheet for sale now on Ebay. The auction number is
190067991198 and the auction ends on January 8th. Please check it out
if you are looking for this kind of machine.
On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 11:04:10 -0600, Frank Boettcher
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Thank you and others for the explanations on the above topic. It is
very helpful. I was offered a "Delta 28-263 Platinum Edition, ball
bearing guides, 20 amperes, about 4 yrs old and mint conditions." I
have not seen the bandsaw. I assumed it was an American made maybe
with some imported components, (maybe) with Charter's guides and 1hp
motor. I plan to upgrade to 1-1/2hp, 14" raisers and others components
from Iturra. I would have preferred a pre 60's editions. I have a few
more questions; Are "all" the components interchangeable from others
Delta? How about the bearing and steel wheels and most important to
Thank you again.
I sold my G0555 with a 14" riser, now looking for a used Delta. Almost
everyone speaks highly of Grizzly G0555 and I for one does not fully
agree. The Grizzly bandsaw guide rod very flimsy and it does not
always line up with the blades properly. After 1-1/2 years sparingly
used, the motor started to make "click, click" sound when you start
the bandsaw. Lastly, getting a replacement 1-1/2hp motor would be
impossible other than buying from Grizzly as the motor shaft is longer
that what is available in the aftermarket.
On Sat, 13 Jan 2007 02:11:41 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Charlee)
I wandered an hour up the road a bit today. Went to the tool supply
place to look around, they recently started to sell Steel City tools,
the 20 inch bandsaw for about $1300 stared at me for awhile. Did not
run it, but it looks nice.
(sixoneeight) = 618
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