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some universal T-bolts for the rip miter fence make more sense. The two big slots in the rip fence and the miter fence and the front and rear rail top and


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​P.S. Nov 14, 2023
I have found an additional use of these T-nuts.
The back (right side) of the rip fence is getting marked and scuffed a bit by my Rockler Fence clamps
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​and as convenient as the clamps are the back (right side) of the rip fence has ribs from the extrusion making the landing spot for the clamp foot smallClick image for larger version  Name:	image.png Views:	0 Size:	828.1 KB ID:	856975
So I used two T-nuts on the back (right) side of the rip fence with two small
knobs (or wing nuts work) to have a quick drop on smooth backing
Note that the Rip Fence top T-Track is 1-1/8" but the right side T-track used here is only 1".
But that's no problems because the "T" head I cut is 1" x 1-1/8" so it fits both if you rotate it correctly; this T-nut fits both tracks.

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makes a smooth landing for the fence clamps and comes on and off in seconds. Although I suspect I may just leave it on most of the time until I need to access the T-track.
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some universal T-bolts for the rip miter fence make more sense. The two big slots in the rip fence and the miter fence and the front and rear rail top and
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