If the rear of your blade is heeling towards the fence I would be concerned about burning and kickback during fence guided cuts. As long as your taking the time to square things away (no pun intended), I would go ahead and align the saw. On the upside, once aligned it should stay pretty well put. Even my old 1970's C-man was just as good 2 years later. My dad now has it and I realigned it for him after the move. This was a no-brainer as I had added PALs years ago.
Originally Posted by Mike Gabbay
Last edited by glenn bradley; 02-06-2008 at 03:08 PM.
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