09-01-2014 12:56 PM
I"ve been looking to replace a broken belt on my table saw for a while now, and am frankly not having very much luck. I think it's because the saw is getting old. It's a Delta 36-320C Contractor saw, I bought it in Canada but I'm being told parts for this saw are not available any more in Canada. I've not had much luck in the US either. Google is not being nice to me, all places I have found are either out of stock or send me to Rockwell, which may have bought out Delta for all I know. These are the two closest I've come so far.
Any concrete help would be most appreciated.
09-01-2014 01:12 PM
The link you posted shows a direct drive saw, are you sure you need a belt or are you simply speculating? Drive belts are easy to spec. and replace.
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09-01-2014 02:19 PM - edited 09-01-2014 02:27 PM
Try looking up the parts for a model 36-600 which is the US version. The parts list show # 34-674 for the belt.
Check this Amazon listing to see if the belt looks to be correct. It is 1" wide and a circumference of 10" 3/8"
Here is the LINK. Roly You may be able to get this part locally. Another standard nnumber for this belt is 100XL100. Hope this helps
09-01-2014 05:17 PM
yes that certainly looks like the one, unfortunately, Amazon.com will not sell to Canada and Amazon.ca does not carry it. I will bring the numbers to a local tool supply to see.
Thanks for this great info.
09-01-2014 05:25 PM
Well. good news, I just found a place on Amazon.com that will actually ship to Canada, it will cost me almost $100 for 2 belts but I have ordered them. Thanks for everyone's help.
09-01-2014 06:40 PM
that sounds all wrong for the compartive price on those belts. for that much money they better come with a 10 year guarantee. the one parts diagram i found shows:
Ref Model Product Name
226 34-674 DRIVE BELT/34-670
09-02-2014 07:30 AM
Well, the belts themselves are not so expensive, it's shipping, tax and duties that all add up.
If the price is only about $5.00 based on the link, you should of asked someone in the states to ship it up to you. I've shipped things to Canada before and it was pretty cheap.