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BabyHuey69

12:17PM | 03/07/06
Member Since: 03/06/06
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My DREAM SHOP is'nt going to happen so I must get this slightly used beauty out of the way ! I bought this from a guy that had a small business making cutom bed headbords and bed side night stands. He closed it down due to a messy divorce he was goin thru! He said that it was only in use for 4-5 months and only used few times! I only wanted the Grizley cabinet saw that it was attached to but he talked me into buying it anyway. It's a Mod SLT 60 and you can see it at this URL:( http://www.excalibur-tools.com/products/slt.htm?product=slt )

They have a downloadable pdf that shows how it's assembeled ..I printed it out and it's around here some where,I'll see if I can find it.

I love the saw though,of the 5 table saws I have owned it is the best! It don't go with this sliding attachment.

It is the largest of the 2 Mods available and it's shown attached to a cabinet saw and sitting on a mobil base. They DO NOT come with the sliding table assembly...It's been leaning against my pile of "Flee Market Junk" for about 4 years now and it's a shame cause it's a nice sturdy piece of equipment and makes accurate angle cuts if it's installed right and if I remember right up to 60 in wide...

Need a lot of space around your saw but if you run big sheets of plywood thru your saw you already know this...This attachment takes the struggle out of handeling those large work pieces,just lay them on,posistion properly,clamp it down and push with your finger..well not quite but it's effortless compared to freehanding it thru..

It's too big and heavy to ship so it must be picked up in Coastal Central New Jersey. Near Red Bank NJ..

So if you're interestd e-mail me for my phone number and I'll give you address and directions. You'll need a PU truck or a SUV,the sliding part won't fit in a station wagon..

I'd like to get what I paid for it $450, (new they're $945+shpng and tax)but Im willing to "dicker" a little... Thanks for lookin...

BabyHuey69 AKA Gene

PS,Brinc cash,money talks!

"THEY THAT GIVE UP ESSENTIAL LIBERTY TO OBTAIN A LITTLE TEMPORARY SAFETY DESERVE NEITHER LIBERTY NOR SAFTY." Benjamin Franklin

BV002946

12:35PM | 01/05/14
Do you still have the sliding table?
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