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What is a good source for T-Track? Very limited in places even to look in my neck of the woods. Looked all day today (both places) and came up empty. Rockler has a nice little kit package of track, knobs, and bolts but it is sold out. Thank You for any suggestions. Dave
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Here is where I buy mine.

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Thank You Gene, that is appreciated. They have some nice packages too I see.
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Here is another source... there are many. Google t-track!

T-Track and T Track Accessories Quick Search Index

Most any woodworking supply store, Amazon.com Incratools, etc.

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I got mine from an ebay vender. The package I ended up with was a lot of six 48" tracks for 1/4-20 bolts. The tracks themselves are 3/4" wide and 15/32" tall. I think the lot of 6 ran me about $70 shipped, if I remember correctly.
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Thank You Duane and Chris as well. All these certainly give me plenty of choices. This will be my first project, got to start small.
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Dave,
I ordered the kit from Rockler 5 or 6 weeks ago, it was out of stock then too but figured for the price, I'd put it on back order. I received it in 4 days. Go figure. Its not a bad kit.
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Mike,
Yep, I have the Rockler kit coming. The more I looked at stuff the more ways I was thinking of going. At one point I was even thinking of just buying a ready made table and be done with it. But after a few deep breathes decided that it would be a good learning experience, and more fun to try and make my own. I have been saving pictures of DP tables to get me started. I really appreciate all the links you guys gave me, thanks again to all. Dave
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Thanks for the info Duane
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Hello,
What is a good source for T-Track? Very limited in places even to look in my neck of the woods. Looked all day today (both places) and came up empty. Rockler has a nice little kit package of track, knobs, and bolts but it is sold out. Thank You for any suggestions. Dave
I get mine from Lee Valley Tools Veritas® T-Slot Tracks (1/4-20 Thread) - Lee Valley Tools

I like the double slotted t-track. Veritas® Double T-Slot Track - Lee Valley Tools

It requires a special router bit as well.
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