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    Delta/Rockwell Industrial Radial Arm Saw

    Trying to find a new home for a Delta/Rockwell Radial Arm Saw Model 40-CL. 14" diameter blade (1" arbor), 5 hp 3 phase 440V. Crosscuts 24", and rips 36". $600. The CL (L stands for long) means that is has even larger capacities than the 40-C. Thanks!

    Hutch
    Last edited by Matt Hutchinson; 03-02-2009 at 05:31 PM.

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    delivery avaible as long as its along my Tour dewood route
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    RAS Pics

    Well, just in case it helps, thought I would post some pics.

    Hutch

    P.S. Also, these pictures show it with only a 12" blade, not the full 14" that is can hold.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails RAS 1.jpg   RAS 2.jpg   RAS 3.jpg   RAS 4.jpg  
    Last edited by Matt Hutchinson; 03-02-2009 at 05:32 PM.

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    I sure would like to have one of those, but unfortunately, you're too far away right now, AND, it just isn't in the budget yet. (why don't you post it this time NEXT YEAR)?

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    I have that unit's newer baby brother (12" 33-890) and it is a great saw. The turret style carriage allows for some very extreme miter angles - I recall doing some 80 degree miter cuts for rafter truss pieces for Ned's shop on mine. Does your 14" model have a 1" or 5/8" arbor?

    Hope you find a good home for it soon!

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    It has a 1" arbor. At this rate I may end up keeping it. The few nibbles I have had on it haven't amounted to anything. OH well, a good excuse to keep a sweet machine!

    But right now it is still up for sale.

    Hutch

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    It's a hoss and the price sounds like a good deal.
    But, I'll pass fer now.

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