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Eyedoc

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833 days ago

Can anyone help me with locating a cast iron solid extension wing for my craftsman table. Its the professional model with the Beisemeyer fence. the depth of the table is 27”. I don’t care what width is out there. I’d just like to find anything at this point. I think the original table was 10×27”. I’ve been looking everywhere and can’t locate a thing. It seems that the only thing out there these days is the web-type wings which in my mind are junk. I want to replace the MDF wing that came with the table…........Thanks for the help.

Robert


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knotscott

5365 posts in 1971 days


#1 posted 833 days ago

It sounds like you have the 22124 hybrid, which had two 12” solid cast iron wings. Just about any 27” deep wing can be made to fit….some drilling might be required with some, but cast iron drills pretty easily. Steel City/Orion originally made that saw, so a wing from a Steel City model might be a direct fit.

-- Happiness is like wetting your pants...everyone can see it, but only you can feel the warmth....

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jussi

98 posts in 1560 days


#2 posted 831 days ago

If you want to add a router table you could always replace with a cast iron table from bench dog, peach tree, etc.

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hong

15 posts in 876 days


#3 posted 825 days ago

jussi why don’t you sell him your ? where are you locate at ? I might be able to help you out .

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Martyroc

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#4 posted 825 days ago

I have seen them on eBay, even found an entire top with wings for $100. I would start there.

-- Martin ....always count the number of fingers you have before, and after using the saw.

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knotscott

5365 posts in 1971 days


#5 posted 825 days ago

R U still here Eyedoc?

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stamper

49 posts in 1521 days


#6 posted 817 days ago

I put one on this forum a while back, still have it . If interested send me a message. Have to tell you, shipping might be expensive.

-- Stamper

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knotscott

5365 posts in 1971 days


#7 posted 817 days ago

This was likely a “hit and run” stamper….long gone.

-- Happiness is like wetting your pants...everyone can see it, but only you can feel the warmth....

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Eyedoc

7 posts in 833 days


#8 posted 817 days ago

I am still here and appreciate all of your responses. I ended up buying a benchdog router extension and then drilling and tapping the right extension wing so that I could add the lft extension wing onto it. Worked great and it really gives me a large workspace with substantial mass.

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Eyedoc

7 posts in 833 days


#9 posted 817 days ago

I just recently got a pretty good deal on some Jorgenson parallel clamps. two 36” and two 24”. However, when I got home I noticed some bad reviews on them. Would it be wise to return them and pick up the same sizes in the Bessey clamps?

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a1Jim

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#10 posted 817 days ago

I would return them and buy some Jet Parallel clamps. I have many styles of clamps including 30 Bessey parallel clamps but the feature Jet has over Bessey is a release trigger. The Besseys are a little annoying because you have to have the tightening screw just right to adjust the clamp. Take a look at Jet’s reviews .

http://toolreviews.woodmagazine.com/hand-tool-reviews/clamps/bar-pipe-clamps/764-jet-parallel-jaw-clamp

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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