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To mount the rails, first locate the existing holes on the saw and insert the mounting brackets into them.
Clamp the mounting brackets into the groove on the bottom of the rails.
Next, set up the cursor and bridge. When the cursor is set to zero, the fence should be right next to the saw blade. When the bridge is in the right place, lock it down.
Note: To maintain precision each time the blade widths are changed, reset the bridge in this manner.
Once the rip-fence system is in place, set the cursor to the measurement needed, but don't lock down the cursor just yet. Use the dial to achieve an exact measurement. As the dial is turned, adjust the measurement by .001 inch. Once the exact number is reached, lock down the cursor.
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