I've discovered my blade goes about .005 out of parallel with the miter
groove as it is lowered from an ALMOST fully raised position. I can
align it dead on raised, then lower it and it's .005 out.
Looking for recommendations on where to set it. I could misalign by
about .002 in the other direction while fully raised that way when it
is lowered it comes within .003
I've read of other guys with this problem and even the replacement saw
had the same problem. BTW, I've already exchanged the saw once for a
Blade Trunion clearance issue issue. This saw isn't going back.
Or should I just leave it as is. I'm a weekend warrior basically doing
projects for the house and family.
I've posted a full review on my General International Contractor Saw