If the fence is in it's normal (usual) postion to the right of the blade and
it is tuned up so that it "toes-out" at the end by a smidgen, that will
reduce pinches and some possibilities of kickback. If you move the fence
to the left, you'll be setting the fence so that it "toes-in" at the back
which is anywhere from a problem to an outright safety hazard.
If you're going to set the fence to the left, I'd adjust it so that it was
*exactly* parellel to the blade - that way you could rip on either side
without worrying about having the fence pinch on the outfeed.
Don't ask me how I know this.
Depending on your fence system, you might also be able to move the rails to
the left to get all of the capacity you want.
Hope this helps!