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I have a 9" Delta Band saw Model 28-150. I over tightened the blade breaking the tension bracket (Part 1341597). I've searched the internet for a replacement part with no luck. The part is listed as obsolete with no mention of a replacement part.

Does anyone know of a source for this tension bracket.

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Start calling individual Delta service centers, there may be one still around or a tech might know of a work-around.

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Have you tried to this site ? There could be aftermarket part available too .
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Thanks Jack

Renovo has accepted my order. It's a 'back order' but it's the first source that I'm aware of.

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Well I broke mine but it is a 14 inch delta and I got one that will to brake at least not so easy from Iturra Design email at [email protected] phone 1866 883 8064 I got one made out of steel . Gene
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Thanks Jack

Renovo has accepted my order. It's a 'back order' but it's the first source that I'm aware of.

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No longer available, and back ordered? Good luck. If you have a friend with a machine shop, I don't think it would be that hard to make one.

I have one of those bandsaws and had the same issue several years ago. Makes me wish I had ordered 2 when they were still available! Probably sell it for parts or trash it, if it breaks again!

I have found that hand tools are the best choice when I want to make mistakes at a slower rate of speed.

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I had that same band saw, and the exact same thing happened. The piece of metal that broke was very soft and not very strong.

I ended up replacing the band saw with a 14" Grizzly. Looks like you found a replacement part, for the Delta. I would STRONGLY recommend detensioning the blade after each day of usage to keep the strain off that piece.

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Renovo has accepted my order. It's a 'back order' but it's the first source that I'm aware of.

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I suspect if they can provide the part that soon.

NiceG316 , would that really work? I de-tension my blade because I know that it could lengthen blade life and lessen the chance of breaking blades. Leaving the blade under tension would weaken the tension spring.
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This part is compatible with the following machines:

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BS100 Type 1 Band Saw
SM400 Type 1 Band Saw
28-150 Type 1 Band Saw
28-150 Type 2 Band Saw


you mite check at here with the above model numbers for the part , good luck Delta BS100 Parts List and Diagram - Type 1 : eReplacementParts.com

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you mite check at here with the above model numbers for the part , good luck Delta BS100 Parts List and Diagram - Type 1 : eReplacementParts.com
Only tells us the same thing... Obsolete not available!

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