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    Help! I Purchased And Old Delta Saw And The Only Numbers It Has On It Are Dss 2. How Do I Go About Finding Information? Hubby Says All I Really Need Is A New Belt For It. But I Would Like To Know A Little About It. Thanks In Advance:>
    Nankin

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    Those numbers do not look too familiar to me. Perhaps you could post a picture.

    Here is a link to a great resource for old tools http://www.owwm.com/
    I am sure someone there can help.
    You can search by tool, or manufacturer. There are lots of pdf files you can download.
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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      Originally posted by NANKIN
      Help! I Purchased And Old Delta Saw And The Only Numbers It Has On It Are Dss 2. How Do I Go About Finding Information? Hubby Says All I Really Need Is A New Belt For It. But I Would Like To Know A Little About It. Thanks In Advance:>
      Nankin
      Welcome Nankin. gosh Nankin, a belt???? you must have a great old saw. I too would love to see a picture. how big is the tabale?? and how big is the saw. this is great. I just wonder if this saw is one we have been talking about,... I am so curious now. so glad you are here. Evie

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