Just finished installing my new Delta T2 fence on my Craftsman saw (model 113.298720) that I bought new in ‘87 or ‘88. Yes, I’d suffered that long with the original fence!
I used the existing holes in both the rails and table that are just to the left of the blade. I drilled additional holes in the right side extension wing. The hardware pack that came with the fence only included 2 bolts each for front and rear rail. I plan on picking up 2 additional each at hardware store and drill holes in table for them using the existing rail holes. My reasoning is if I ever upgrade saws by buying a used cabinet saw, I can move the fence over and not have “swiss cheese” rails. The tape rule on guide tube is about 1-1/2” off to the right. I’m going to try and peel it up and reapply. If that doesn’t work, I’ll get a new stick on tape. Because of the rear rail, I’m not going to worry about reattaching splitter/blade guard but will go to a ZCI tyoe splitter and some type of overhead blade guard with DC port. I’m also planning on a short extension to the rear of table that I can pull my outfeed table up against and probably wooded extension wing on far right side between rails.
With just a few cuts with the new fence I can tell it is going to be awesome improvement!!!
Here are a few pics…