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Posted on Avoiding kickback on a table saw??

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#1 posted 05-15-2011 09:46 PM

Gee why would you want to prevent a kickback. It feels so good when it quits hurting. And when you get your breath back, the air turns this beautiful blue. I keep an 8 pound sledge next to my saw to readjust and modify the rip fence after each delightful kickback. It doesn’t seem to do much for the saw, but it makes me feel better. I hope you take this advice in the same spirit it was given. Rand lol

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