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Posted on Removing Ridgid R4512 lift mechanism

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LeChuck

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#1 posted 711 days ago

I’m not really concerned about the value of the saw. I simply will not be moving it.

I have a dust collection hose going to the area at the back of the saw, not on the side, and I have a Y connector there with one branch going to the table saw. In my case, while I can still connect it without a problem, the caster assembly is still in the way a little bit, and I have also been thinking that I could reuse it to install on something else that I might have reason to move around. This is not big deal, but then again it’s only 2 bolts on each foot to remove.

-- David - Tucson, AZ


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