Ripping a bunch of boards; they bow away from the saw, now what?

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Over the past 10 years or so I've had Biesemeyer T-Splitters on my contractor and cabinet saws. I am very good about making sure they are installed on through cuts. They are easy to take on and off and work well... the potential alternative is painful. ;~)
John
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