I recentely picked up a TS3612, and have run into the problem where the miter slots are narrower than a normal 3/4" TS miter slot.
The problem is I have a Delta 34-183 tenon jig which won't fit in the miter slot, even though it uses set screws to snug up the bar, without them it is still too wide.
My first thought was I could file the bar down on each side until it fits in the miter slot, since if I needed to take it to another TS, I could use the set screws.
I couldn't find a tenon jig from Ridgid, is one available? I know that some of the Craftsman saws also had this same problem, which were probably made by Emerson to begin with, so it seems that the Ridgid and Craftsman saws are in a class of their own when it comes to miter tracks.
What is reccomended? Can an extra miter bar be purchased that I can retrofit to the tenon jig I have? That way I wouldn't have to modify the miter bar on it and could save it for use later.
Does Ridgid have a tenon jig for sale as an accessory?
How have others gotten around this problem?