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#1 posted 10-11-2011 02:15 AM

as far as I know (have one myself) the bies type (and clones) fences have the steel tube which is not machined to any tolerances and can be out of straight to a certain degrees, and then there are the faces on top (ply+lam) that is bolted to the steel tube over the length of the fence using 4-5 bolts (can’t remember the number right now. these bolts can be loosened and you can shim the faces to the steel tube to get a straight fence. OR you could put an additional flat board over the existing fence and shim it where there are gaps (same thing just adding another board which I find to be redundant).

makes sense to you? if not I could try and sketch it out

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