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Thread: WTB: Extended Delta/Rockwell rails

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    WTB: Extended Delta/Rockwell rails

    I'm looking for the longer set of the round rails for a delta contractor saw, I seem to remember them being around 70" long.
    Darren

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    And ironically, I'm contemplating going back to the shorter rails on my saw...

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    And more ironically, I have in my possession two, still in the box Biesemeyer BC30 fence sets. They belong to Greg Cook, who before he left for Japan gave them to me to store and eventually sell. I really need to contact Greg again and make arrangements to sell. Right now they are in my storage unit. These sets have a 30" clearance from blade to fence and come including everything, even the rails.

    I am also thinking of going from 50 to 30 to give me more room. I have a Festool to cut down anything larger than 30".

    Any interest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    And more ironically, I have in my possession two, still in the box Biesemeyer BC30 fence sets. They belong to Greg Cook, who before he left for Japan gave them to me to store and eventually sell. I really need to contact Greg again and make arrangements to sell. Right now they are in my storage unit. These sets have a 30" clearance from blade to fence and come including everything, even the rails.

    I am also thinking of going from 50 to 30 to give me more room. I have a Festool to cut down anything larger than 30".

    Any interest?
    Si! I've finally got room for a long fence setup, so I'm going for it.
    Darren

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    well lets see now Brent sells his long rails to Daren, Bill send the Bessie's to Brent, Brent sends a check to Greg, Darren send the short rails to Bill and everybody's happy. I think it will work.
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    Bill, do you still have the Biese's and are you going to sell them?
    Thanks,
    Pete

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    Welcome to the forum, Pete.
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