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#1 posted 02-17-2013 01:54 PM

take a straight edge with you and check the table top for flatness yourself. i prefre a left tilt saw, but many WWs get along well with right tilts. quickest way to verify tilt is to look at the front of the saw and check the bevel opening in the front of the saw .

right tilt:

left tilt:

on right tilts, the slot goes to the left as the blade bevels to 45. on left tilts, the slot goes to the right as the blade bevels to 45. check the pics he provided and you’ll know the tilt definitively. personally, a 6 hour RT for a saw that isn’t ~ 90% of what i’d want isn’t something i’d do. good luck.

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