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#1 posted 02-07-2018 08:29 PM

I’d keep the height stock as well, and use an aux. fence when you need anything higher – best of both worlds.
Just an FYI – I went through this a while back as the faces on mine were pretty torn up. I took the old pieces to a local cabinet shop and told them what I was doing. They gave me the plywood and laminate for free from their scrap pile. And those little laminate sample chips that you get at the BORG make great glide pads – it’s essentially the same stuff that was on there originally. I also made a new handle and end-cap from recycled milk jugs :)


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