Workbench hold-downs

I purchased 20 feet of 2 X 2 inch square tubing with a T-slot in each face on ebay and attached it to the front edge of my work bench with deck screws. My bench is also 2 inches thick oak. Works really great. I think I will run it along the back side also. Only problem is the front vise is not so handy. I guess I'll have to move it out so the back jaw is even with the front of the tubing. Anybody try installing in the top of the bench? Thanks dialface
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Get some of the heavy duty T-track, route a slot, glue and screw it in. Other than waiting for the epoxy to set should take less than 30minutes to route and install.
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