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Will this attachment fit the 17-inch 17-959L drill press?

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SOURCE: I have a 17 inch Craftsman Drill Press model

The pulley does fit loose so the quill or the spindle can ride up and down on it. Just has to be snug enough to grab it and spin but loose enough to move up and down. Hop this helps.

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SOURCE: DELTA 17-924 Mortising attachment for chisel bits

Go to the Dewalt Servicenet site (they own Delta) at http://servicenet.dewalt.com/. Put your model number, 17-924, in the parts search box (with the dash, otherwise it can't find it) and you'll go to a page where you can view or download the parts breakdown and instruction manual.

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