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I've got an old Delta contractors saw (belt driven) that I think I'd like to build a new base for. Currently it has the standard box square base that I originally drilled two holes and put some 6" wheels/axle on the back for moving it about. Anyway, I think I'm finally tired of lifting the front side to move it and would like some more storage for accessories. Thinking about a base that has lockable castors, drawers on each side, and maybe the center is open for a saw dust catch on the backside.

Anyone built one before? If so, would you mind posting some pics and recommendations.

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Thanks Daryl! That's what I'm talking about. The one I'm thinking about is like the center one, but without the extension and another set of drawers on the left side. I built a b-type fence a while back for another saw, but would probably keep the stock fence. Would also like to put on a new bump switch so I can just "bump" it with my knee to turn it off.

Thanks again...
 
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