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#1 posted 08-05-2011 11:55 PM

I just brought the saw home and assembled it two days ago, rance. My new workshop is only 10×15 so I don’t have a lot of room. This model comes with wheels so I could move it out of the way after I cut something. My old one I had to pick up and move. I’m not getting any stronger as I age so I went with this particular model. I have almost figured out how to make runners work on this.

First, you cut a piece of hardwood 3/16” H x 9/16” W. Then you cut a piece of 1/2”W double sided tape and cut a 1/6” from it. Center it on the runner and stick to the bottom of the sled. It works fine after you wax it. I know this is custom built, but do know it becomes easier to do after 9 million tries.

-- Tigger, Texas


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