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  • biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

    oops...it is a 3660.
    I just saw an ad for a new in box Biesemeyer 36-B30, and I was wondering if
    this will mount on a 3650. I am currently searching the forum, but I thought
    I would throw this question out there, in case this is such a hot deal, that
    it wouldn't last as long as my searching does
    The price is $120.
    Thanx...I'll be searching the forums for install details.
    mike

    After some research, it looks like I would lose 6 inches of right side cut...30" from 36+".
    Last edited by Mike from Pa; 06-03-2009, 07:49 AM. Reason: update...3660

  • #2
    Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

    You may have to drill a hole or two in order to mount it but otherwise it shouldn't be hard to put this on your 3660.
    Teach your kids about taxes..........eat 30 percent of their ice cream.

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    • #3
      Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

      I am thinking that I won't like the 6" less of fence slide, as I have already
      been maxed out at the 36". Unless I am misunderstanding something about
      the specs that I read about the Besse.

      Am tempted though for the price, but like others on here, I find the stock
      to be pretty nice compared to the other stock fences at the box stores.
      And I ain't no cabinet maker!
      But I do like quality, and deals

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      • #4
        Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

        I've been using the stock Ridgid fence and rails on my saw since 2003 and never saw the need to change to something else. IMO, the Ridgid fence/rail system is a quality product.
        Teach your kids about taxes..........eat 30 percent of their ice cream.

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        • #5
          Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

          You can slide the front rail tube over by 10" to the right very easily, and will then have 40" rip capacity. If you want the fence, it should be a fairly easy installation. It'll also give your saw more resale value. If you decide you prefer the stock fence, you should have no trouble selling it for at least what you paid.

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          • #6
            Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

            I guess you lost the left side capacity, no?

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            • #7
              Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

              Originally posted by Mike from Pa View Post
              I guess you lost the left side capacity, no?
              Yes, but with a left tilt saw, you're likely to never need left capacity. I suppose if you did, it's just a matter of sliding it back....5 minutes.

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              • #8
                Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

                After two seasons of letting my pool uncovered and rotting, I decided to try
                to revive it. It went from thick green gel/slime, to being able to see to the
                bottom. A couple more days I would have had it..I think...and after writing
                this question, I went to check on the progress..pump finally died. So I think
                my decision will be motivated by the above ground money pit. Pump is twice the fence
                Who says money can't buy happiness?
                thanx for the input.

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                • #9
                  Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

                  Originally posted by Mike from Pa View Post
                  After two seasons of letting my pool uncovered and rotting, I decided to try
                  to revive it. It went from thick green gel/slime, to being able to see to the
                  bottom. A couple more days I would have had it..I think...and after writing
                  this question, I went to check on the progress..pump finally died. So I think
                  my decision will be motivated by the above ground money pit. Pump is twice the fence
                  Who says money can't buy happiness?
                  thanx for the input.
                  Dont worry, the grass is always greener.

                  I have an inground money pit

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                  • #10
                    Re: biesemeyer 36-B30 on a 3650

                    Ahh..to step "up" to an inground!

                    With an inground, i don't think I would be so tempted to shoot a hole in it.

                    Look at it out there...teasing me...draining my wallet...

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