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Posted on Delta Ts 34-341 install unifence question

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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 623 days ago

What doesn’t seem right about it? It would be pretty hard to damage that rail by overtightening the bolts, though I suppose you could put some deflection in it. Is the kit you bought a generic install kit, or was that Delta’s specific kit for that saw? I had a Delta 34-444 (slightly later model) contractor saw with a Unifence and really loved it. As I recall, the rail simply bolted to the extensions and saw front with hex bolts (big ‘uns) It (the rail) did support the right extension table somewhat. I don’t recall any T-bolts being needed. The extrusion is sized to hold the head of whatever size bolts those are….my current Unifence is the same way (sold that contractor saw).

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