Well I couldnt pass it up actually. My dad and I made a cord to power it on. The seller never turned it on. He got it from a cabinet maker. The cabinet maker installed a keyed switch on the front the seller thought was another outlet. Plugged it in and it wouldnt start. Seller didnt have the keyÖ...sooooo we just cut both sets of wires leading into the keyed switch and then twist locked the wires together.
Fired up and sounded great. Minimal vibration. Was asking $750. I offered $650 because I need to get a 2◊3 steel tube for the rail. He had guys calling to see it while I was there. We settled on $700 butÖ.. That includes an excalibur over arm guard/dust collector the seller didnt even know extends out. Also includes a Biesemeyer over arm T-square blade guard (the clear guard piece is cracked). Iíll likely sell one of them, not sure which.
No splitter though. It does have the Biesemeyer quick release white mount for one. Not sure what Iíll do splitter riving knife wise.
I did see a splitter like this laying around but it wouldnt mount and I figured it was for an older Delta 2hp unisaw that said Ďarbor pressí on the front. I think it could bolt but requires mounting it on the back and using a rod and bracket that around there.
Iím heading to Woodcraft tomorrow morning, an hour away, to get there Woodriver Mobile Base Kit. I want to unload this from my truck directly onto a mobile base. Iíd like to get my 2◊3 steel tubing but donít know how long I need. I plan making it a 36Ē model for space reasons, not sure what that means total length front tube.
He had a front rail on the side yard that was from the other saw I checked for hole alignment and it fit too.