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Posted on Grizzly G1022Z Blade Parallelism

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#1 posted 06-15-2017 02:53 PM

Link above is a good one. Basically it means your trunnions are either bent or in a bind if you get it true at 90 but it’s out at 45. Also, once you get the trunions aligned properly, be careful not to loosen the bolts too much to tune the adjustment. If you do, the trunnions may become twisted again. Been there and done that! The good news is, fix it once and you should never have to do it again :-)

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