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Where can I find what the requirments are for the Biesemeyer fence and rail kit . It is model number 36B30. It includes the fence, front and back rails, table board, and two legs.Will it fit my older model Craftsman cast iron flex drive table saw.The top of my Craftsman table saw is 44 inches by 27 inches.
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Wink Thats what I wanted

Thank you for taking the time to post it ! I had it once before and could not find it.
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Wink Wing Tables

Do you have the "crate" wings rather than the solid? If so, you would have some problems....Dave

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Where can I find what the requirments are for the Biesemeyer fence and rail kit . It is model number 36B30. It includes the fence, front and back rails, table board, and two legs.Will it fit my older model Craftsman cast iron flex drive table saw.The top of my Craftsman table saw is 44 inches by 27 inches.

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Thanks Doug for the great PDF file

Just to add a small note
see below,,, you can make your own wings by welding up a frame and then fill the holes with 2" x 8" stock

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Want to sell the fence?

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If you need to replace your wing, I would search for another saw top on CL. You just need to fill in the opening.

PS: I'm surprised your flex-drive is still alive. Most people have broken the cable and scrapped them out.

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Clouseau,

If you check the dates on these posts, the flex drive may be dead by now.

Also, please fill out at least your first name and city/state or city/country in the profile. We are a global community and it helps people address questions you may have in the future.

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Flex drive still going strong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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