So, I got this from Carol who got it from Glenn!
I got quite a good deal on it, and it should provide some additional safety and much needed dost collection capability for the shop.
It's been sitting on my bench taking up space for long enough, and since I got the shop reasonably clean yesterday, decided to the best way to store it would be to install it.
It really went quite quickly, although I have a few extra parts? Pretty sure this is a testament to the Glenn Bradley belt and suspender approach to anything engineering.
Question, is there any reason I can't/shouldn't trim the end from the right side off a bit? The tube in a tum could certainly slide enough if I ever get longer rails, but honestly, I don't ever see going that route.
I've got a few metal working projects coming up and I picked up this little band saw at Harbor Freight. It will make that cut quite quick and easy.