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table saw #1: craftsman 12 inch modle 113.29953

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Blog entry by Duane Fisher posted 03-20-2012 03:13 AM 2176 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
no previous part Part 1 of table saw series Part 2: CRAFTMANS 12INCH TABLE SAW 133.29953 RIP FENCE »

does anyone know if there is a ripe fence that fits a craftsman table saw 12 inch modle 113.29953 and any othere info about it i have this saw works good but need to up grade rip fence like to find one that would bolt on easy
thanks duane



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#1 posted 03-20-2012 04:38 PM

Dunno for sure, but if the table is cast iron, and has an L shaped bracket on the front and the back to hold the existing fence, then I’ll bet you can get a Delta T2 on it. It’s all in how many holes you have to drill in what parts.

I’ll bet for sure you can drill the T2’s L brackets to match the existing holes, but if you are lucky, you may find you can use one existing hole in the top to match one hole in the bracket, and then drill the rest of the holes in the table top. It’s pretty easy to drill cast iron. It’s harder to drill a countersunk hole in angle steel, but it’s not that hard.

As long as you get the top of the bracket to come close to the top of the table, you can get it to work. It’s not
critical how you line the bracket up left to right. You would like the left side of the bracket to line up with the
left edge of the table, with your extension wings, but if it is shifted right a bit, it won’t matter.

The T2 is an awesome upgrade to a Craftsman TS.

$147 and $6.50 shipping from Tools-Plus

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#2 posted 03-21-2012 06:14 AM

there is no l bracket on back has rail on front and table is 1.5inch thick

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#3 posted 03-21-2012 11:29 AM

If you COULD mount a piece of angle iron to the back, it will work. The 1.5” is no problem.

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