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Does anyone have a preference on Kreg or Rockler T Tracks? Kreg is a little bit cheaper, but maybe there's a reason why they are cheaper.

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i bought my t track here:

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I just bought some Incra T-Track (as sold by Woodpecker) for a router table and a drill press table. I also got some of their mitre track.
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there's always a reason why theyre cheaper ... I have recently bought T-Tracks from Incra and their are brilliant. Well machined and very well made. Put them in my new Drill Press table - pics to follow.
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That is way too expensive once you figure in shipping. I use Incra bought at a local woodworking store for a little over $14.00 for a 48 inch section. I can't help but think most T-Tracks are manufactured by the same manufacturer with different names and colors for their respective buyers. In light of that a T-Track is a T-Track is a T-Track IMHO.

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That is way too expensive once you figure in shipping. I use Incra bought at a local woodworking store for a little over $14.00 for a 48 inch section. I can't help but think most T-Tracks are manufactured by the same manufacturer with different names and colors for their respective buyers. In light of that a T-Track is a T-Track is a T-Track IMHO.
I can't remember the shipping cost, but I bought a lot of 6 4' pieces, and the total cost was lower than I could get locally. It was also less than what I could find elsewhere on line.
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I can't remember the shipping cost, but I bought a lot of 6 4' pieces, and the total cost was lower than I could get locally. It was also less than what I could find elsewhere on line.
If you look long enough finding a deal on most anything is available online. I buy most of my wood from Ebay because like I said, look long enough and there are deals to be had because, "Patience Is A Virtue".

As an example I bought a QS White Oak board that was 59 inches long, 8 inches wide and 3/4 inch thick with beautiful figuring and flakes from end to end recently for $10.00 plus $17.96 shipping. No bows, twists or cracks either.

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