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eric4716

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#1 posted 02-07-2018 09:14 PM


i would not a taller fence side …..nor from walnut wood ...just as sg said more stable and slippery with other material ….GOOD LUCK :<))
PS …YOU should post pictures of your WT SAW

- GR8HUNTER

I still have some other work to do to the saw before I’m ready to start putting it back together. I have a couple other pieces to paint and want to take the motor to a local motor shop to have them go through the motor to check bearings, gears, and wiring to make sure everything is good for years of use. I also want to have the original badge redone so that it looks good. I went to Fastenal and got all new stainless steel hardware to use. The biesemeyer fence and rails are now painted to match the saw. Here are a few photos of the saw:

I know that it looks just gray in the photo, but it’s actually a blue-gray. You can see in the photo of the internals below of a more accurate sample of the color.

Internals:

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