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    Default What to do with spare Incra?

    I've just recently installed my Incra LS system to my table saw. I had to buy the XL version because my saw table is wider than 720 mm. Now that is all installed I am left with the standard sized fence and standard sized positioner mount panel. Have any other members been in this situation and wondered what to do with the spares I welcome your ideas.
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    You could send it to me


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    or me
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    I don't think you'd find them nearly as useful as you might hope guys, well not without anything to mount them on to anyway.

    I'd hang on to them Regdop, believe me you will find a use for things like this once you get in to jig building. Yeah, that's right, I never throw anything away!

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    I built my system in a roundabout way and had bits left over. I screwed the spare fence to my incra miter, V27 ? I think it is. The base is a tricky one, but as said it's not that useful on it's own.

    I must say though leveraging your investment with a router wing on a table saw was for me a fantastic option. I use my router in table more than any other woodworking tool in my shed. Everyone has a "go to" tool. For some it's a band saw, for many a table saw. For me it's turned out to be the router table and the incra with wonderfence makes it an incredibly accurate fast and versatile machine.

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