Help! I have a Delta contractors saw (model 36-465) with a outfeed table (home made). I needed to make a 45 deg. cut so I started to tilt the blade (RH Tilt) until the motor (which hangs out the back) hit one of the support arms for the outfeed table. This some how threw my saw out of alignment, quite badly. I loosened the trunions and went about re-aligning the blade to the LH miter slot. It all seems pretty simple but…. some how I can not get the blade back to the original position within the insert plate. I can get the blade in good alignment (+/- 0.001) with the miter slot. I can get the front of the blade to the center of the insert plate slot but the back of the blade will not move over (to the left) and is aboth 1/16″ out of alignment. Do I have to loosen the tie bars? The blade must be in the center of the insert plate slot other wise it will hit the insert plate when tilted. What is going on?