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post #1 of 5 Old 10-10-2017, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Mobile Base for Delta Table Saw with Biesemeyer Frence

I have an old Delta Table Saw Series 2000 with Biesemeyer Fence and can't find a mobile base for it. My shop is in the garage and I need to be able to move this thing into and out of position when I'm working. I've spoken to Delta directly and have been told that the mobile base for this saw has been discontinued. Anyone have this saw and a good mobile base solution they could share?

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This would be pretty close if not they have quite a few bases that should work.

http://www.grizzly.com/products/Exte...ce=grizzly.com
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There are two types of universal bases available through a good tool/machinery supply house.
One is an adjustable all metal frame and the other is a kit complete with all the hardware to complete with an Oak or hardwood frame. I have both types on different machines. I prefer the all metal frame which was a little more expensive but both work well.

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?
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The make/brand of the saw does not matter. The one I have on my Craftsman saw will work on any saw of about the same base dimensions.

You can always add castors to the base of your saw. Make wood blocks that will be able to be bolted to the legs and then bolt the castors to the blocks. At one time I had two castors just on the front of my saw and moved it using those.

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I have these on my Table saw. They don't swivel as well as I would like, though.

https://www.amazon.com/WoodRiver-141.../dp/B0035YAT6I
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