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Forum topic by plang posted 142 days ago 612 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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plang

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142 days ago

I have the Beisemeyer fence that came with my Craftsman tablesaw but I am planning to put on the Incra fence so I am wondering what would be a good price for the Beisemeyer. It is still in its unopened box.


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SCOTSMAN

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#1 posted 142 days ago

I am not sure but it should be quickly snapped up , as they are undoubtably very popular.Look up the cost direct from the company themselves and sell yours a tad lower.Alistair p.s best of luck but you won’t need it LOL

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#2 posted 142 days ago

Just bought a table saw fence last night, LOL.

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#3 posted 142 days ago

They sell new for about 400+ with the 50” rails. You shouldn’t have a prob getting 350

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#4 posted 142 days ago

It runs roughly $400 shipped new from a store. In the range of $250-$300 shipped would be fair to both parties IMO.

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#5 posted 142 days ago

Hope you enjoy your Incra fence. That system is a puzzle to me, but there are folks who swear by them.

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retfr8flyr

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#6 posted 142 days ago

OP, I have the Incra fence on my Jet saw and love it. I still have the fence that came with it new in the box. I haven’t decided whether to sell it like you are, or just keep it. You will love the Incra fence. It takes a little time to get it set up and get used to working with it. I kept looking down at the base of the fence to set it, like my old Delta saw’s fence, instead of out on the positioner for quite awhile.

Charles, once you have used one you would not be happy with anything else. The only thing I don’t like about it is the way the rails run on both sides of the saw, it make it difficult to make an outfeed table. I am using roller stands, instead of an outfeed table because I think they end up working better with the Incra.

-- Earl

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