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Any thoughts on the best place to buy T Track? I've been to Woodcraft and Rockler but there must be someone selling it less than the price of gold.
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Good Morning Campers-
Any thoughts on the best place to buy T Track? I've been to Woodcraft and Rockler but there must be someone selling it less than the price of gold.
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I know what you mean, just because Incra T-Track is gold colored is no reason it should bring gold prices. I got most of mine from either Ebay or Amazon when I was buying it. Search the net long enough and you will find it rather inexpensive and sometimes with free shipping.

I did luck out a couple of months ago and bought two 48" sections of Incra track with rulers added on sale at a local woodworking store for less than $18.00 each. It was all they had or I would have stocked up on it, then try to figure out why I bought so much.

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Try Peachtree Wood Working - they are great for this sort of thing. They have always done me well, in fact I'm going to place an order with them tomorrow. Good Luck,

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I just bought a 2' section of T slot and also of mitre gauge slot for about $9 each at Lee Valley. I'm going back tomorrow for a 3' length, about $12.

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H0878 36" Aluminum T-Slot Track

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You can try out Amazon. They usually have good deals and free shipping.
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Or just buy a the appropriate router bit and make your own.
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I just got a 48" T track from Amazon. Fit a 3/4 X 3/8 slot. It was $18.99 with free shipping with a $25.00 order. It's always easy enough for me to come up with the $25. LOL
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i got mine off ebay. there is a guy who sells them where if you buy more, you get a discount. i ended up paying $60 for 4 4' lengths of 7/16 track.
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