I have a 34-345 10" rockwell tablesaw and am in need of the elevating
handwheel (part #131), mine is starting to crack(PLASTIC!) where the pin
fits in. I would prefer to buy buy all the way back to the tilt clamp
(parts 127 through 134). And if this is offered in metal vs plastic that
would be even better. Any help is appreciated. Reply to my email if you
"Homeowner" grade saw. Lucky it's still got a belt that drives the blade,
given the age. However, call Delta, they _might_ be able to help. Friend
had one. Noisy SOB that left black marks on maple as it passed over the
Up in BC, but the Canadian distribution system may be different.
http://www.acetoolrepair.com/home.asp Search on your model and then check
Like George says, try ace tool repair. They will ship anywhere and
have many old parts, and can usually find them if they don't have it
Replace "nonet" with "yukonomics" for real email address
I did a servicenet search with that model number at the Delta site and
came up empty. I fear your unit, or at least that plastic part, is
not being serviced any more, however, I would call Delta to confirm.
Delta was rockwell until 1984. So you must have a fairly old unit and
with plastic handwheels it was more than likely consumer.
Sorry I could'nt help.
The manual is dated 6-1-1974. The handle is fixable "I think" with epoxy,
other than the handle the saw is in great shape. If I can't find parts or
repair I may sell it(sigh) and purchase a new saw. I hate the thought of
getting rid of my Rockwell though.....
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