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Old 04-17-2011, 09:15 AM   #1
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Oliver #16-A "code name " Delug" I saw this up on you on the bay, belt driven - they called it gear driven-. It has a motor that comes with it but they listed the vlts at 440 but may be both 220/440. I believe the saw is all Ball bearing more than likely but they did not list enough information about the saw. It looks to be in pretty good condition. The re saw height is 16" and is 35-1/2" from blade to blade guard. Table tilts +45 deg /-10 deg. The #16-A weighs in at 1800 lbs..approximatly Located in Saint Clair Shores, MI,




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Old 04-17-2011, 09:23 AM   #2
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I found a J-120, 20" Yates American that I am interested in.

I wouldn't want to move a 36".

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you know whats going to happen Darce... your going to want to move up........I would at least try to find a 30" - I know what you want to do.... - just saying Darce,,, and a 30/36 will fit in your shop Darce. You can use blade lengths from 17'- 5" to 19'-3" . If you have 96" from floor to cieling...your in like Flin-
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