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#1 posted 02-23-2016 03:11 AM

Well I didn’t expect you to be on the opposite side of this Country from me. I’m in North Carolina, just North of Charlotte. Maybe you won’t like the shipping cost.

I’m thinking that if you pay me the shipping costs whatever they are plus $10 you can have the fence. I’ll try to get some pictures of it tomorrow for you to be certain that it’ll fit your saw and I’ll send you another PM. I’ll also try to get the shipping cost for you, but I’ll need your mailing address and zip code to be able to determine this cost.

I’ve got it sitting here next to me, so here are some dimensions of it for you.

The length of the aluminum fence extrusion is 33 1/4” There is a slight saw blade mark in the left side, but it’s very minimal, maybe 1/32 or less deep. I never understood why some people move their fence with the saw running. I sure don’t. The right side of the fence is clean of blade marks. There are two holes drilled through this fence extrusion toward the front and two more drilled through toward the rear of the fence. Both pairs are spaced 3” apart and they are all 1/4” diameter and 1 3/8 above the bottom edge of the fence, most probably drilled to hold fixtues to the fence at some time. From the front end of the fence, the first hole of the first pair is 8 1/2”. It is 25 1/4” from the front end of the fence to the first hole of the second pair of holes.

The width of the aluminum fence extrusion is 1 1/8”

The main cast iron piece is 7 1/2” wide at the hole where the rail goes through

The diameter of the rail hole in this front casting is 1 3/8 and this hole or rail height sits about 1/2” below the saw table surface.

The pointer for position measurement is there and in good condition

The locking lever rod has some very slight surface rust, but the lever and locking mechanism is fully there and functional, including the round knob.

The hook for the rear rail is all there and in good condition.It only keeps the fence from lifting. It does not lock to the rear rail.

The fine adjust shaft is there, also has some slight surface rust, but it works and slides easily. There is no knob on this shaft, but the handle end of the shaft is knurled, so maybe no knob was never there.

For it’s age the original gray and black paint on the hook and main casting are in great shape.

The bathroom scale says the whole fence assembly weighs 10.6 pounds.

Your positive response to this next PM with your mailing address and zip code will get me going on finding out the total cost for you and I’ll take pictures and send them too. It will be sent UPS or USPS, whichever is cheaper. This fence has been sitting in the back corner of my dry garage for about 10 years, so finding it a new home will help me too.

Charley

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#2 posted 05-19-2016 09:26 PM

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