Delta 10 inch Band Saw No.768 ( l937 )

by Harold McGinnis
(Omaha, Nebraska USA)

Received this 1937 band saw from my wife's grandfather, who was a carpenter and used the saw everyday. It is in great shape the table is perfect, no rust, the paint job is in very good condition. What I need is to replace the upper guide assembly. One of the guide block retainer is broken. If anybody can help find a replacement part, it will be greatly appreciated.

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Delta 768 blade length NEW
by: Anonymous

I have this saw and use 72 1/2 inch blades which seem to fit allright.

Mar 06, 2011
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Band Saw Blade Length
by: Ben

I believe this saw (Delta 10 inch Band Saw No.768) uses a 74 inch long blade.

Mar 06, 2011
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Need Band Saw Blade Length
by: Anonymous

I have one of these saws and am trying to find the correct length of the blade? Do you know the length? bluegrass2@jcwifi.com

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