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Thread: Martin T-17 rebuild

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    Pretty sure that saw was a regular old t17 cabinet saw variety, especially with that fence that is on it.

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    What does that mean Darcy? “Regular old cabinet saw variety”- no sliding table? I don’t know why that fence equates to that?
    My T75’s all have that type of fence, they all have sliders. Of course its hard to be exact, that pic is small.

  3. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by peter gagliardi View Post
    What does that mean Darcy? “Regular old cabinet saw variety”- no sliding table? I don’t know why that fence equates to that?
    My T75’s all have that type of fence, they all have sliders. Of course its hard to be exact, that pic is small.
    Almost all the Martin literature I have accumulated always showed that plain rip style fence on the non slider version of the 17

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    Ill be darned, but Darcy is correct, the T-17 apparently came in a non-slider model. There is an example of a slider-less 17 on a popular auction site right now. Alongside some other Martin goodies.

    I am very curious why they made it without a sliding table?

  5. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Kane View Post
    Ill be darned, but Darcy is correct, the T-17 apparently came in a non-slider model. There is an example of a slider-less 17 on a popular auction site right now. Alongside some other Martin goodies.

    I am very curious why they made it without a sliding table?
    Because some people didn't need or want it.
    Some didn't need or want 98" slider, or the short stroke.
    Options.

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