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Blog entry by David L posted 1653 days ago 1307 reads 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Purplev – read somewhere where you have instructions for the R4511. Can you give me a link to it. Thanks



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#1 posted 1653 days ago

They should be on line

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#2 posted 1653 days ago

I recommend that you go the Ridigd wood-workers forum, you will find tons of information there.

http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=4

Just make a search for R4511

Bert

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#3 posted 1653 days ago

Are you talking about the Manual? if so this is the upload by Sharon (aka PurpLev) Manual

Also on his blog you will find lots of information about it.

Alonso

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#4 posted 1653 days ago

If you send me your email address I can send you the manual and few other helpful docs
Adam

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#5 posted 1653 days ago

I’m new on this site so I hope this works. The Link that MIGHT come up is RIDGID’s Power Tool Page.

(RIDGID Model R4511 Granite Top Table Saw)

If it takes you there, in the upper left corner Left Click on “Bench and Stationary”. Next Page, Left Click on the Picture of
Table Saws. Next page, Left Click on the Picture of “10in Graniite Top Table Saw”. That should take you to the “Specs Page for the R4511”. There doesn’t appear to be a Download for the Manual or Parts List.

I just purchased a RIDGID R4516 Portable 10” Contractors Saw, after doing a LOT of Homework. Not set up yet, but when I’ve done so I’ll be sure to let you Guys & Gals know how it stacks up.

Hope I’ve been of some help.

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#6 posted 1652 days ago

Thanks for the suggestions. I do have the manual and have made some progress. Right now I’m stuck on the Herc-U-Lift. I put the bottom piece in; it looks like a trapezoid. It extends until about halfway under the stand. The upper piece runs from the back legs to the front – angled in. The pedal screws on to both thoses pieces so it’s similar to a triangle. Everything is only hand tightened. In the pictures the pedal is high up – I can see were depressing it would lift the machine. In my case, the top piece with the pedal just sits on the lower piece. My front wheels are on the ground; back wheels are about 1/2 off the ground. When I snap the hook over the U bar, the back wheels lower by about 1/4 inch leaving the back wheels still 1/4 inch off the ground. Something is obviously wrong. Any ideas where I went wrong? Thanks
BTW – my email is dpl58@juno.com if you have some other documentation other than the manual.

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