|Forum topic by PatrickIrish||posted 09-05-2016 04:02 PM||214 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
09-05-2016 04:02 PM
I can’t decide on the route I wanna go. My 36-944 Unisaw I got used is missing the splitter. It has the white Beisemeyer quick release bracket thing.
A Bork will run $150-$230 if I get both kerfs and dust collection guard.
Sharkguard isn’t much less if I get both thin and full kerf sets and dust collection guard.
Problem with finding a Bessy splitter is Its full kerf and I use thin blades.
Is it easy to change blades with the BORK? Heard getting a thin wrench on the arbor side is tough.
My saw came with both the Excalibur overarm dust system and the Beisemeyer t-square overarm guard system. Was thinking selling both as I only have a shop vacuum that likely isn’t powerful enough for the Excalibur.