Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC
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  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
That looks like a 34-444 that I had, and it may have the motor that Delta rated at 1.5 HP for 120V, and 2 HP for 240V. In truth it's a 2 HP motor they derated at 120 to meet UL requirements. If that's the case you may still get what you want.
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#18
  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
It is indeed the 34-444. Here is a pic with the specs.


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  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
Larger pic. I’ll try and get a pic of the motor plate.


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  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
Looks exactly like my Craftsman 3 hp contractors saw.
John

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#21
  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
Two suggestions...one already has been made.

1. Dedicated dado blade setup.

2. Don't laugh but part it out on Ebay.  I have done it and have gotten for more then I could have sold an intact saw for. Fence, rails, stand, crank handles, cast iron top, motor, etc....plus you have a mobile base.
"Life is too short for bad tools.".-- Pedder 7/22/11
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#22
  Re: Delta contractor table saw - Spartanburg, SC by gtrboy77 (Selling my dad’s con...)
Saw has been sold
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