I have an old bandsaw that I picked up pretty cheap.
it is in great shape except for the trunions under the table.
I need to find a supplier for parts for this thing.
I cant find my way around the delta website to where they sell the parts.
I can find all the part numbers however.
Anyone know where to get the parts themselves??
or anyone have a used one or a parts machine that I can pilfer from?
Here is a drawing of the machine that is close to mine.
I need all the parts from 119-128 I think
Since you're going to rebuild may I suggest getting this really really
really good catalog put out by Louis Iturra? Call the number and order
the catalog. They don't have a website....yet. It's full of great
information and goodies to make your Delta BS sing.
Bandsaw Accessory Catalog
ps, usual disclaimers apply.
If you truly have an older Delta bandsaw, I would NOT
put those chiwanese peanut butter cast iron parts on my
saw. There are "many" Delta bandsaws parted out on the
god awful Ebay every single day. Get the "original"
parts and use the saw for another 30 years.
Doug Schultz wrote:
parts on this one are aluminum just like on the Ridgid model.
I mean the parts are identical. except the bottom blade guide is probably a
little better for adjusting.
but the trunnions, which are what is broken on my saw, are exactly the same
cheap white metal.
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