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#1 posted 01-30-2014 02:02 AM

Get some 2×4 framing lumber – kiln dried studs should be great. Use your new table saw to rip them down to 3.375” wide and build a little booster frame for the saw cabinet. If you’re feeling really thrifty, you can cut off the excess at a slight angle first to make some thin tapered shims to level the base!

Another alternative is a thick plywood base with adjustable appliance feet inserted in tee nuts, but you’ll have to take some care that the feet are positioned to support the weight of the saw well.

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