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Double0doug 111 102 July 15, 2016 at 08:53 AM in Tools (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 07-17-2016 by RevOne at 08:06 AM View Original Post
Rockler Woodworking & Hardware via Amazon has Incra Miter 1000HD Miter Gauge on sale for $129.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Double0doug

Alternatively, Amazon also has Incra Miter 1000HD Miter Gauge on sale for $138.34. Shipping is free.

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Edited July 15, 2016 at 11:53 AM by annie930ny
I've been watching this one for a while now. You can get it from Amazon for $138.34 or from Rockler via Amazon for 129.99 + free shipping.

Not the lowest price ever, but thought it was worth the share.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001RCTTGG
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#3
I saw this in Rockler's catalog yesterday, very good price. I thinks its good until Aug 5th
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#4
I was watching this for quite some time too. It got buried in my "saved for later" list. Thanks for posting! Picked one up.
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#5
tempting offer Smilie
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#6
I've been wanting one of these, great price. How useful is this on a table saw if you also have a miter saw?
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I've been wanting one of these, great price. How useful is this on a table saw if you also have a miter saw?
You'll cringe at the thought of using a miter saw after using this.
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#8
Good deal, i have one highly recommend. With the shop stop repeatable cuts are nuts on.
I had a diy sled before this, this is tons lighter, much more easy to adjust, lighter, and a helluva lot easier to store and a heck of a lot easier to tune if it gets out of wack (which is why i bought it). This is probably
the number one thing that took my accuracy for diy stuff up a notch.
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#9
Same price on Rockler's ebay store if you have ebay bucks to use.
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Quote from bauce View Post :
Same price on Rockler's ebay store if you have ebay bucks to use.
That's exactly what I did since I had $45 of eBay bucks to use up. I pay tax for Rockler but it was still the cheapest offer on eBay.
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#11
I recently got the Osborne 3 miter gauge from Rockler for $99. The sale is over, but Acmetools has it for $99 + $6.49 shipping.

http://www.acmetools.com/shop/too...oCuunw_wcB
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#12
Same $129.99 price from Rockler's website [rockler.com] too.
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Quote from reelbusy View Post :
Good deal, i have one highly recommend. With the shop stop repeatable cuts are nuts on.
I had a diy sled before this, this is tons lighter, much more easy to adjust, lighter, and a helluva lot easier to store and a heck of a lot easier to tune if it gets out of wack (which is why i bought it). This is probably
the number one thing that took my accuracy for diy stuff up a notch.
How stable it is on bigger pieces, like cabinet panels?
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How stable it is on bigger pieces, like cabinet panels?
It they aren't too wide, it works fine. But if you're cutting wider pieces, you're better off with a sled.
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#15
I just got mine for $129.99 plus free shipping at Rockler http://www.rockler.com/search/go?...er%20gauge
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