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Hello all. I became a new grandfather 2 years ago and now we have 3 grandkids that need toys made by Pappo! I have already built a Thomas the Train table for one and toys boxes for the other two as requested by their mothers. Currently I am building a router table for my future productions needs. I am looking for t-track and miter slot hardware. Does anyone know of any home center or hardware chain that sells these or do I have to other what I need over the internet? Thanks for your help!
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Good question. I have not found it locally at all. I also tried my local metal recycler. They did not have any T-track but they have had it and if you live close enough to a recycler it probably would be worth it to check them every couple days.
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Woodcraft sells t-track and miter hardware. They have stores all over the place. I couldn't tell exactly what city you're near, but they do have stores in Alpharatta (SP?), Ga., and Ft. Worth, Tx.
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Don't know about locally but check Rockler, e-Bay, MLCS, etc. Sometimes ordering it over the internet might find a better deal.

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I just ordered mine today from Eagle, they have a couple sized T-Track plus hold downs. Jimmie
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Hello all. I became a new grandfather 2 years ago and now we have 3 grandkids that need toys made by Pappo! I have already built a Thomas the Train table for one and toys boxes for the other two as requested by their mothers. Currently I am building a router table for my future productions needs. I am looking for t-track and miter slot hardware. Does anyone know of any home center or hardware chain that sells these or do I have to other what I need over the internet? Thanks for your help!
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In my opinion, Peachtree likely has the best selection but Hartville tool has the best prices. Rockler is also good on price when the have a sale.

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Hello Pappo. Welcome to the RouterForums. Glad to have you as part of our router community.




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Greetings and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased you have chosen to join with us.

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