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Um, I'm pretty sure there should be holes drilled into the rail assembly. R4512 TS

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  • Um, I'm pretty sure there should be holes drilled into the rail assembly. R4512 TS

    The front rail doesn't have a single hole in it yet the instructions say to put the bolts through and into the table. Also, I'm pretty sure the rear rail holes are drilled wrong too since it appears the lip should be on top but if I line up the holes it only fits upside down.

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    Re: Um, I'm pretty sure there should be holes drilled into the rail assembly. R4512 T

    Nevermind...figured it out but the instructions didn't help. My question about the rear rail still stands.

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      Re: Um, I'm pretty sure there should be holes drilled into the rail assembly. R4512 T

      The lip faces away from the saw. Connect the two sections with the shorter section on the left (as standing in operator position. The big holes just below the lip are to access the small holes which is where the bolts go through. Also don't forget to hold a straight edge across the table and extensions before you tighten the rails cause the ends of the extensions will be drooping.

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