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Thread: Withdrawn: 50" Vega Table Saw "Utility" Fence

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    Withdrawn: 50" Vega Table Saw "Utility" Fence

    After two and a half years, I'm finally setting my shop back up. However, I'm limited to a one stall garage and the 50" Vega fence simply isn't practical. Rather than cutting down the rails, I'm putting the OEM 30" fence back on. So....

    I have a Vega Utility 50" table saw fence available for sale. It's been used for one year and stored for two and a half years. All of the mounting brackets are present. The only thing you'll need is the bolts to mount it to your table. I didn't have to modify any of the mounting holes for my table saw.

    ww.vegawoodworking.com/table%20saw%20fences.html

    The new price at Amazon right now is $319.99. I think $150 is a fair price or perhaps too little.

    Thanks,

    Matt
    Cedar Rapids, IA
    Last edited by Matt Warfield; 01-24-2010 at 02:06 PM.

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    Oh man If I had the extra cash I'd buy it in a minute.
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Oh man If I had the extra cash I'd buy it in a minute.
    When I had seen you responded to the thread I was hopping you did buy it.
    Your closes enough for me to come pirate that fence from you.
    And boy would it look good on my bandsaw.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    I didn't even consider putting it on my bandsaw. Oh yeah, I don't have one yet. Speaking of which, I would consider trades. I have a few other things I'll be parting with as well but haven't gotten there yet. Still debating on my Clearvue.

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    Hmm, after using the OEM fence for a project that didn't require precision, I remembered why I despise it so much. A bit of a banana and can't quite bring it in parallel with the blade. It's great for cutting trapezoids though!!!

    So, I'm going to cut down the rails on this 50" fence and enjoy its capabilities. Thanks to everyone for not purchasing this in my moment of forgetfulness.

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    No problem any time.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Glad we could help Matt

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