06:54PM | 10/08/05
Member Since: 10/07/05
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Can anyone tell me where I can get the handle assemblt for a delta miter saaw model #36-220 Part#'s 1343979 and 1343975 Right and Left sides of handle. Thanks Rick Johnson


05:00PM | 12/06/05
Member Since: 12/05/05
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I am searching for the same parts. I was initially able to place an order through a parts distributor for a handle assembly (substitution assembly in their catalogs for the two part numbers you mentioned) for p/n 1346930. Three weeks later I called back to find out the status of the order- to be told that none of these parts are now available anywhere in the nation.


03:32AM | 01/04/06
Member Since: 12/05/05
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I was able to use my existing handle by making an adapter plate. The adapter plate is a sheet of 1/8 inch aluminum approx. 6.0 inches by 7.5 inches. There is a 4.5 inch hole cut thru the plate to go around the motor and it attaches using the 4 bolts that hold the motor in place to the swing arm. The large hole is offset to give clearance for the material being cut and to give some material to attach the handle. Two bolts holding the handle together were replaced with long bolts going through the plate.


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