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#1 posted 08-20-2016 04:47 AM


Having just described how to approach adjusting the trunnion, I have to add an additional comment after Aj2’s post…

Dont mess with the trunnions until your sure.In fact take the saw back if they are not in alignment.

I could not agree more! This should be set correctly from the factory. It is fundamental to the safe and accurate use of the saw plus it is too difficult, tedious, time consuming to get it just right (in my opinion). My regret is not adding to my earlier post what Aj2 said.

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