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Forum topic by JB posted 1282 days ago 2199 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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JB

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1282 days ago

I have an old Unisaw

The scale on the fence rail goes up to 31” (Biesemeyer).

I am looking to buy a mobile base. Any suggestions are welcome. I like the looks of the HTC and the Delta bases. Problem is I am not sure what fits.

thanks,
John

-- JB


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lilredweldingrod

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#1 posted 1282 days ago

Check out Grizzlys Shop Fox mobile bases. I have thre and love them. You can adjust them to fit anything.

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ic3ss

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#2 posted 1210 days ago

Funny you should ask, I just installed an HTC3000 on my Unisaw. Please take a look at my blog entry http://lumberjocks.com/ic3ss/blog/22661

It will fit many sizes of saw bases, indexing every inch. I forget what the large and small limits are, but it’s a pretty good base. Think I like most about it over the other bases is that it has four wheels instead of three, making for a bit more stability. Good luck, John.

-Wayne

-- "I am endeavoring, ma'am, to construct a mnemonic memory circuit using stone knives and bear skins."

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Minorhero

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#3 posted 1210 days ago

I second the shopfox base. Specifically the heavy duty shop fox base. I use it for my unisaw and have absolutely no complaints. Plus it is considerably cheaper then the competition at 70 dollars or less (pending sales).

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