Rob, here are some tips I got for putting mine together:
Tony Collums wrote:
> > Dave,
> > Congrats,
> > Just a couple of assembly hints I give all my customers.
> > 1) Assemble the mobile base first the take saw body off of skid and
> > MB.
> > 2) It may not say in the manual, but make sure that you put the
> > before assembling the rails to the saw. Taking them back off is real
> > frustrating and aggravating.
> > 3) Since your going to be on a mobile base, don't follow the layout
> > for the legs. The manual assumes that your not going to have a
> > 4) When attaching the cast iron wings to the saw, level the center
> > then the outer edges. Just make sure that nothing is higher than
> > table itself. If the wings are a little low, it will not hurt a
> > than your fence make a slight bumping sound when you move across
it. Use the
> > same on the extension table.
> > 5) Make sure that you tighten the belts, they are not tensioned at the
> > plant. This is done to save unnecessary jarring on the bearings during
> > shipment.
> > 6)When installing the blade for the first time, don't be surprised
> > not a little difficult. Delta machines the arbor and face flange
> > carriage and bearings already installed for accuracy (no one else does
> > this). There can sometimes be a few burrs left. Take some 150 or
> > sandpaper and wrap it around the arbor and turn the arbor, you will not
> > damage the arbor. What ever you do, do not try to force the blade
> > could create a bigger problem. Just be patient. Put your hat on
> > put a little hair around the hole. It will go on.
> > 7) Count all of your fingers, plug it in, turn it on, have fun, recount
> > fingers, if the number is the same, you had a successful day. If
> > the floor, call the wife and go to the doctor. Make sure he puts on
> > proof bandage so you can wash it off when your hands get dirty
while in the
> > shop next time.
> > Best of luck,
> > Tony Collums
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