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  1. #1
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    Default Delta Saw Buck for sale

    I have no need and no room for my Delta saw buck....so it's going on the block.

    Rails have some rust but the saw still slides. Just needs some TLC and some lube. It needs a cord to the onboard junction box and might need some brushes. Last time I used it was to side my house about 2 yrs ago.

    If you want it, just give me a reasonable offer.....or even an unreasonable offer. I'd even take a trade. I'm in Essex, MA so more local is obviously better.... But I don't mind driving to meet someone half way.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/jccrompt...eat=directlink

    Thanks

    Jeff
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  2. #2
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Blast from the past...memories.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by Hickorywind View Post
    Blast from the past...memories.
    Yep, how about it. Funny how songs evoke memories for some people, but for carpenters tools do the same thing.
    Greg

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    I remember how unbelievably stoked I was the first time I used a Sawbuck. Prior to that all crosscuts were made with either an 8" Delta chopsaw or a skilsaw, or even a handsaw.
    Bailer Hill Construction, Inc. - Friday Harbor, WA
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by David Meiland View Post
    ...or even a handsaw.
    A what????

    (I have some nice old handsaws from my father but I honestly can't remember the last time I used one.)
    Joe Adams
    Deep Creek Builders, Inc.
    Houston, Texas

  6. #6
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    all i know is you can make some pertty music with a handsaw
    Tom

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by David Meiland View Post
    I remember how unbelievably stoked I was the first time I used a Sawbuck. Prior to that all crosscuts were made with either an 8" Delta chopsaw or a skilsaw, or even a handsaw.
    What you wrote is spot on. I was using a 9" Rockwell chop saw to do some rosewood/oak parquet floors. I bought my sawbuck and then we could cut the pieces with one pass. Awesome!

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Thats a relic for sure...wow.

  9. #9
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    HI Jeff
    I PM you as I am interested in your saw buck
    Thanks
    Rich

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by David Meiland View Post
    Prior to that all crosscuts were made with either an 8" Delta chopsaw or a skilsaw, or even a handsaw.
    I thought radial arms had been around for a while...;)

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Thankfully I've rarely been on a job with a radial arm saw. There's a $100 payoff on some of the Craftsman models now, if you send in the motor. They're trying to take them out of service.
    Bailer Hill Construction, Inc. - Friday Harbor, WA
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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    A craftsman one nearly took me out 30 years ago but only succeeded in taking my thumb
    Tom D.

    more tools please.

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    Default Re: Delta Saw Buck for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by David Meiland View Post
    Thankfully I've rarely been on a job with a radial arm saw. There's a $100 payoff on some of the Craftsman models now, if you send in the motor. They're trying to take them out of service.
    Any idea which ones. I have one that I have been thinking about selling. I just googled it. They actually want the saw carriage and they provide $100 for its return. They also have a guard for newer models.
    Geoff

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