|Forum topic by MontyJ||posted 03-25-2014 05:14 PM||629 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
03-25-2014 05:14 PM
I have grizzly 1022z contractor saw. I built a crosscut sled for it and have noticed that the kerf is too wide. So, I double checked the blade to the miter slot, and sure enough it was out by nearly 1/8”. No, problem. I took the top off and went through the alignment procedure in the book, but ran into a snag. I ran out of adjustment before the blade was parallel to the slot. I’m still .12cm (or about 3/64”) short of being perfect.
I figure my options are:
A) Remove the trunnion assembly and enlarge the adjustment holes.
B) Carefully grind away the screw threads that pass through the trunnion, thereby making the screw more narrow.
I’m not overly thrilled about either option. Any other suggestions out there?
-- Pro Libertate!