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Right, I used the same 6 bolts from the factory bumper. That's why I made a template to align the new brackets to the existing holes on the frame.
Thanks! I just mounted mine with self tapping screws. The license plate light is mounted to the left on top of a spacer I welded in place. The light is cheap so would be easy to replace if it breaks.
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hey, sorry for the delay. I used a skillsaw on the sides, finished the corners and backside with a jigsaw
Nice work, that router table addition looks great!
Great build, looks a lot more sturdy than mine. thanks for posting!
Thanks, and sorry for the delay, but you're right, the placement of my table saw does limit a fence extension. My friend built his with the table saw all the way on the right side of the table, which gives him more options to extend his fence if needed. I'd do the same if I rebuilt this.
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most table saws have mounting holes at their base, I used 4 appropriately sized lag bolts, probably about 3" long.
sorry I didn't respond earlier. It shouldn't matter really, but I wouldn't leave less than 4-5" or so, just to give yourself plenty of room underneath for supporting 2x4s. In the attached pic of my friend's table, he had them really close together. The beauty of this project is you can arrange things however you see fit, and each saw can be moved out of the way so you can have one saw with the rest of the table as usable work space. Good luck!
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Nice, I bet MDF will work alright. I used maple plywood and am happy with it. Check out the last commenter/builder, Cmattu. He used oak plywood instead and also built in a dust collection system. Look at other instructables and I'm sure you could figure out a system that will work for your bench. Looking forward to the updates.
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Right, that supports the backside of the table saw. Seems plenty sturdy, especially once the table saw is mounted. But you could also run the vertical 2x4s up to the table top and attach it there or add horizontal bracing to a nearby 2x4. Mine is still plenty solid though.
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Excellent work! Glad it's working out for you.
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thanks, mine has about 2" overhang all the way around, but you could have as much or as little as you'd like. on the backside I wish I'd given myself more like 4" because the vise I installed was too close to one of the vertical posts.
that looks great! I imagine a few coats of polyurethane would be better than nothing, but I haven't tried that on MDF before. A lot of woodworkers swear by Arm-R-Seal brand topcoats and I'm planning to use it on my next wood slab project. happy crafting!
that looks super solid! nice work Bret!
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Very nice set up! thanks for sharing.
Nice, those sound like some solid modifications. I'd love to see a picture
Great work! That faster than me I think.
That sounds great! Be sure to post a link to your pictures here when you're finished.
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that's a really nice bench! I like how you supported the back of the table saw from top frame instead of connecting it to the bottom. I'd love to see a better picture of your router station. If I'd seen this before I started mine I'm sure I would have incorporated a lot of your design. Thanks for sharing!
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