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#1 posted 04-07-2013 04:30 AM

If the fence is aluminum, you don’t need to hacksaw it. Your chopsaw with a woodcutting blade will work fine. Squirt WD40 on the blade before cutting, which will help keep the al from sticking to the teeth. Won’t hurt your blade at all. Just cut slowly, and be sure the blade is up to speed before engaging in the metal.

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