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    i have many parts available for this old bandsaw but only one guide assembly, ie i have an entire disassembled machine for parts, no table and no fence

    if you need something let me know or its off to the scrap yard
    my shop is a beaver lodge
    steve, sarnia, ont

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    1940's Beaver Jointer

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    Steve, I hope someone can rescue this machine. It is easy enough to make a table with arborite top and make some roller guides for it. If I was lived closer to you I would take it off you hands.
    Cheers, Mark
    sigpicToday's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut, that held its ground.

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      mark, the scrap heap will be a last resort!!

      i bought two to allow rebuilding into one machine and have done

      the big issue is the missing blade guide and table, table is going to dave at federated tool in london, he's redoing one and is missing the table of all things!!, it also needs upper bearings

      the machine is completely disassembled but i have every nut and bolt
      my shop is a beaver lodge
      steve, sarnia, ont

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      1940's Beaver Jointer

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        Originally posted by stevem View Post
        mark, the scrap heap will be a last resort!!

        the machine is completely disassembled but i have every nut and bolt
        I hope it finds a good home to live out its years. Sarnia is just to many hours from here to rescue it.

        Cheers, Mark
        sigpicToday's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut, that held its ground.

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          Originally posted by Mark in Burlington View Post
          I hope it finds a good home to live out its years. Sarnia is just to many hours from here to rescue it.

          Cheers, Mark
          No fear Mark....I'm going to do what I can to see if I can rescue it.
          www.lasallewoodworks.com

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            its rescueable for sure, i used it to rebuild the one i have now

            the biggest issue is the slide rods for the upper wheel bearing carrier, they are loose where they slide in the carrier, so the upper wheel is loose, i thought it was bearings, but the slide rods on my other machine are a nice sliding fit

            anyway i dont need it, its almost complete and its gotta go
            my shop is a beaver lodge
            steve, sarnia, ont

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            1940's Beaver Jointer

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              well mr handy picked it up

              imsure you can get it going again randy, post some pics as you go

              there is a manual on owwm.com
              my shop is a beaver lodge
              steve, sarnia, ont

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              1940's Beaver Jointer

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