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    I'm wondering if anyone has run across a quick change kit for
    the upper blade. Woodworkers supply has one but it is for a
    Delta scroll saw. I saw one in one of my many catalogs and
    magazines but forgot to mark the page. Any info will be greatly
    appreciated. thanks, Norm in hot Colo.

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    Norm, don't know if you've located what you're looking for, but I know that Seyco has universal quick clamps & flip tensioners. Try their site at www.seyco.com. If you're not sure, give them a call. They are very helpful over the phone! Good luck!

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      I had problems with the blades sliding out from the quick change and discovered a wear mark in the quick change clamp. I called Delta and they told me they're 50 bux. they're expensive but they're more than worth it. as for companies, look in the back of the magazines, there should be at least a few companies that have ads there.

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