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post #1 of 4 Old 05-05-2009, 07:43 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from new member

Good morning gentlemen I just joined this forum. My name is Greg Anderson and I live in the foothills of Mount Rainier near Seattle Wa. I have been interested in wood working for years and just recently am getting ready to retire from my career.
I will ask a simple and fast question I have a 9" Delta tilting arbor table saw that my father left me. The last revision is 1953 for that saw. I need a good fence for it as the one I have with the saw is worn out and tired. If I am going do this as a hobby and a extra money career to supplement my retirement, I will need a good fence. Do any of you have a idea where I can find a replacement fence and maybe the rails also. I seen several on e-bay. My question is there a universal cam lock fence that would fit this saw the table is 22" in depth. Thanks for your help and I am looking forward to hangin out here with you guys and learn all that I can. Greg
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post #2 of 4 Old 05-05-2009, 12:41 PM
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Oooh, "gentlemen." I like this guy already!

Sorry I can't help you with your fence, but welcome to the forums. I look forward to seeing your work.
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Hello Greg;
Welcome to the forum.
Didn't respond yesterday because I didn't have an answer to your fence question either. Sorry.
( When a guy asks a serious question, I like to leave the 1st few responses to those who have good answers.)
So..... My suggestion.... You may want to re-post this question in the 'Power Tools' section. More experts peruse there than here so you'll get more views by those who will more likely have answers for you.
( Even though we all should view 'New Intro's' more often)
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post #4 of 4 Old 05-06-2009, 10:24 PM
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hi greg

sorry, i'm as clueless about this question as harkins above me.............But, every once in a couple of months I do have an answer for someone!!! So, is seattle more better than spokane???? similar? different? oh yea, i always place a little favor question to everyone new here...........Will you post pictures of your projects.?...we luv pics...please please please???

"I tried it. I liked it. " Julie's 19 month old grandaughter, Feb 2009
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