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#1 posted 09-18-2018 04:24 PM

Moving table saws on a trailer is way more of a pain IMO. I’d just take the thing apart. He’s going to want to clean, lubricate, and align everything anyway, so disassembly is pretty much a must.

You can basically move a cabinet saw by yourself if you take it apart enough and you’re relatively strong.

A socket set, combination wrenches, metric allen wrenches, and a couple screwdrivers will do it. Do pay attention to whether or not there are table shims, for exactly the reason mentioned above. That’s the only gotcha.

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