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  • Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

    Just wondering if any are available and how to get them. There's nothing available at HD and a salesperson told me that accessories are available via ridgid.com web site. That turned out to be not true ASAICT. Can anyone set me straight?

  • #2
    Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

    What type of accessories are you looking for? if its zero clearance inserts most on here, myself included, make their own on a router table.
    i bet if you give some idea of what you are looking for somebody will be able to point you in the right direction.

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    • #3
      Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

      i know you can put a dado set in it but is it ok to use a 8" dado in it as opposed to the 6"?.

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      • #4
        Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

        If the 2410LS has the same guts as the 3650, yes you can. I recently ripped a 3/4" wide dado down a 4 foot length of purple heart with no problem. It was only 1/2 in deep but the 8" Freud did a great job.
        When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.

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        • #5
          Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

          The owners manual says 6". some do run an 8" and take light passes, but i got a good Frued 6" set and so far i haven't needed to cut any dados deeper than that will allow.

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          • #6
            Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

            thanks for the replies guys, but is there a problem running the 8"inch one? will it not fit?.thanks.

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            • #7
              Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

              it will fit, the arbor size is the same. but i dont think the motor is as powerfull as the ts3650 so as long as you take light cuts you will probley be fine.

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              • #8
                Re: Accessories for the TS2410LS Saw

                thanks for the tips.

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