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Thread: Biesemeyer Snap-in Splitter

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    Biesemeyer Snap-in Splitter

    This splitter (Model Number 78-963) fits Delta Contractor Saws and 10" Tilting Arbor Saws (according to the instructions page). I recently switched to a Forrest WW II so I bought a Merlin Excalibur to match the thin kerf of the blade. This one has not seen much use and is in excellent condition. These sell new for $199 (I think I recently saw them listed on Amazon for $139). I'll take $75 plus USPS postage. I think I can get it in a flat rate envelope ($4.60). If you have need of one, or know someone who does, let me know.

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    Too much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Burt View Post
    Too much?
    I don't know Billy. I could not tell by your first post if it would fit a Unisaw or not but if so I would think that it would sell. I already have the Delta version of that or I might be interested. The Bies is certainly much better quality than the Delta.

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    Allen, it sounds like it does. They are 10" w/tilting arbors, right?

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    The unisaw's made quite a bit differently than the contractor's saw, though. I almost jumped on this, but don't think i'm up to the task of modifying it to fit on my PM 64a that Biese doesn't make one for. They make one for the 66 and the 64, but not the 64a - poo!
    Jason Beam
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    From the picture, this one looks like it may be for a left-tilting saw. It looks exactly like the one I have on my Shop Fox cabinet saw.
    Jim D.

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    Jim, it fits my right tilt Delta. The left tilt version has a different part #. I think it's 78-961.

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    If it'll fit my unisaw, I'll take it.
    Couldn't figure out how to send a PM. Haven't been on here in awhile.
    Frank
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank McKinney View Post
    If it'll fit my unisaw, I'll take it.
    Couldn't figure out how to send a PM. Haven't been on here in awhile.
    Frank
    Frank, just click on Billy Burt's name at the top of his post, and it will bring up a window with several options, then click on send private message and it will bring up a screen for you to type your message and then click to send.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank McKinney View Post
    If it'll fit my unisaw, I'll take it.
    Couldn't figure out how to send a PM. Haven't been on here in awhile.
    Frank

    Just saw this, Frank. I'll read the instruction sheet when I get home and get back to you. In the mean time, I'll see what else I can find on it.

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