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Bosch 4100 left and rear extensions

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Review by Holbs posted 72 days ago 2087 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Wish I had known about these accessories sooner! For the last year, using the bosch 4100 table saw has been great, but these support extensions make me feel much more safer. These 2 extensions are a must have for the few left out there that use the bosch 4100. Granted, these supports do not replace TRUE structure table outfeed supports but for what it is, they are highly acceptable and affordable ($27 each?).




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#1 posted 71 days ago

I have the same ones, and indeed, they are a necessity. Just be careful with how tight you tighten the knobs, they just need a light touch.

-- - The mightiest oak in the forest is just a little nut that held its ground.

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#2 posted 71 days ago

Looks great. Where do you buy them?
And: Would you happen to know if they fit the Bosch GTS10 as well?

-- "Do or Do not. There is no try." - Yoda

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#3 posted 70 days ago

Ed… does your left sliding extension bar on the outfeed side, “rub” against the plastic chassis? Mine does. Unsure if my plastic is slightly warped or if I installed the bar holder backwards :)

Kaer… I bought mine on Amazon. One piece was $29, other was $25. Unsure if fits GTS10 as the bar holders fit pre-machined holes on the underside of the 4100.

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#4 posted 70 days ago

I’m not sure if it’s rubbing on the chassis, or maybe just the two rod holders (front and back) are not perfectly in line, but it did have some rubbing/tightness when opening and closing it. I put a coat of Johnson’s paste wax on it while waxing the table/fence and it helped a lot.

-- - The mightiest oak in the forest is just a little nut that held its ground.

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#5 posted 69 days ago

Might wanna check them out. Or perhaps make some myself. Thanks for clarifying!

-- "Do or Do not. There is no try." - Yoda

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#6 posted 67 days ago

Do the rods slide under the table when you want to store the saw? First time I have seen them as well…thanks for sharing

-- Larry in sunny and warm Hawaii,

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#7 posted 67 days ago

yes, the rods slide under the table. so you can collapse them out of the way, even if you used the gravity stand. The outfeet assembly sticks out an inch or so to give room for the fence end mechanism. They have knobs that you can tighten to lock into place.

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