I have a delta miter saw mod 36-075 and need the handle that houses the trigger on/off switch, help,

Re: I have a delta miter saw mod 36-075 and need the handle that houses the trigger on/off switch, help, full size image
Re: I have a delta miter saw mod 36-075 and need the handle that houses the trigger on/off switch, help, full size image
The part number you were looking for appears to belong to a different Delta miter saw -  MS250 10" compound power miter saw. You need to  look for parts for 36-075 diagrams here:
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It looks like the two parts - left and right halves of the handle - are identified by their individual Delta part numbers (see a blowup of the relevant part of the diagram attached below)
On that diagram:
part #134 (Handle, left part) is Delta Part #1347145 part #137 (Handle, right part) is Delta Part #1347147
The complete set of two parts for the handle of this saw is Delta Part # 903589
As luck would have it, ereplacementparts has one of the right handle halves left in stock - could you use it without its counterpart?
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The left part as well as the set do not turn up easily but if you search for it using the right part number, it eventually might on eBay or elsewhere online.  Perhaps, a call to ereplacementparts may help you find it, too.
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I have tried ereplacement parts and the other one that says they have 60,000 parts BUT not the part I need, it is part # 904367 and includes the left and right hand halfs of the handle, thought I did see a site that said they had 3 or 5 of them but can't find it again, any help will be gratefully appricated or if anyone is parting out the saw I would be interested in the handle, thank you
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Thank you for the help, believe it or not I was given part # 904367 by one of the big replacement part houses and I believe that is the part number shown on the diagram on I believe the delta site, could be wrong, been a few days since I looked it up. In any case I sure do thank you and will go to the sears site and check it and also check again with ereplacement parts THANK YOU,
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