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#1 posted 03-03-2017 12:18 PM



-Another problem is that the front was higher by about 1/16” no matter how I set the rails. They only have so much room to give at the slots and even at the extremes, the front was always higher. This caused some binding towards the rear. I fixed this by putting a piece of plastic shim between the metal clip and the white plastic runner at the back. This caused the force from the front lever to be more in line with the fence (it was pulling up in the rear at first)
- optimusprimer92

I had the same issue when my front of the T-square was higher than the back. The only was it was fixed was that I reinstalled the wings and the rails. After that the issue with the T-square went away. Now the T-square can glide easily and locks down (I have to push the lever waay down) pretty well without any movement.

The wings and the rails (front and back) bolt holes have very slight (less than 1/16”) play. So, unless all of them are just right, you may see issues with your T-square fence.

Before re-assembly, all my wings and rails were perfectly level but I was still had the same issue you mentioned. So, if everything else fails, try to re-assemble the wings, rails. Make sure to re-read thetinman’s 1st review again.


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