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Question: 5/8 Lh Jam Nut #902012018563
5/8-lh jam nut four a delta 10' motorized miter box #34-080 part #902012018563
Reply: 5/8 Lh Jam Nut #902012018563
As it says in the description of the 902012018563. The Jan Nut is 5/8-11 LH Thread. But I also thought it was an ACME thread to, You may want to search for those specs.
Question: Delta 34-080
I need a little help finding a replacement belt for my model 34-080 miter saw. It very closely resembles this belt 34-674, both in length and width, but the teeth spacing is greater. The existing belt is a Unitta 264-3M-25. Thanks. Brad
Reply: Delta 34-080
The Drive Belt for the Delta 34-080 Miter Saw is part number, 422171330002.
Reply: Belt 422171330002
The only way we can notify you about the status on a part for a customer. Is for you to place an order for that item. After that you we be notified by email of the status of your order, approximately every two weeks. Right now I no that the manufacture has the 422171330002 belt on back order with no delivery date. But that could change tomorrow, you never know. Then if you feel that it is taking to long to receive your order, you can always cancel it.
Hope that helps,
Question: Switch On/off (#691857) For Delt...
This part comes up as obselete, Has anyone found a work around part?
Reply: Switch On/off (#691857) For Delt...
I know the manufacture has not come out with a replacement part number for it. You might try some tool repair shops in your area and see if the can come up with match for you.
Disassembling my saw to identify noisy bearing for replacement. I believe it is bearing #93. It appears that the driven pulley #120 must be pulled off tapered shaft #92, but no room behind it for universal puller. Appears that threaded holes in 2 spokes of this pulley could be used to pull, but can't find any English threaded screw to fit. Is this a metric or a custom thread? Is there a better way to disassemble?
It is an 8mm screw. I just took one apart and put it back.
Most of the older miter saws didn't have a spindle lock on them for changing the blade. To hold the blade stationary try putting a piece of scrap wood on the saw and then lower the blade onto it. The blade will dig into the wood and effectively lock the spindle.
On this model (and many others) of Delta saws, there is a female hex at the opposite end to the blade. Simply insert a hex key and hold it while loosening the blade nut. This saw has a separate mandrel from the motor and a block of wood will not always be the proper way to loosen the nut.
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