Help with Delta Homecraft Tablesaw
I recently purchased my first table saw at a neighbor's estate sale for $75. I believe it's a Delta Homecraft No. 34-500, although I can't find a model number on it anywhere.
A friend of mine who's more knowledgeable had a look and thought it was in good condition (the neighbor is an avid woodworker) so I made the purchase despite a few obvious missing parts.
I was hoping someone else can have a look an shed some light on what needs replaced (I've looked at some photos and diagrams online, but I can't really tell).
Things I noticed were the motor and belt covers as well as the front and back guide rails. Obviously the motor has been replaced. The one part I'm stumped on is the rip fence. According to the folks at the estate sale, there should be another "part" that goes on the back side of the rip fence that they can't find.
All the other pictures I've seen online of the rip fence looked just like mine. What is this mysterious part? Is it integrated into the rear guide rail?
Thanks in advance!