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36'' Replacement Fence Rail Bracket for SawStop PCS Table Saws

Retrofit fence rail brackets that accept SawStop's cast iron In-Line Router Table.
Item #
57444

These fence rail brackets make your SawStop table saw compatible with the corresponding In-Line Router Table (sold separately). They are required for right-side installation only. The rails have notched ends and the appropriate hole patterns drilled for easy installation. Each set includes front and rear rails.

(1) 36'' Front Fence Rail Bracket for SawStop PCS Table Saws
(1) 36'' Rear Fence Rail Bracket for SawStop PCS Table Saws
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Manufacturer Part Number RT-TGP2-L-R36A
Weight 29.0000
Tech Spec
  • Length: 36''
  • Compatible Table Saw: SawStop Professional Cabinet Saw (PCS)
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Required to install my saw-side router table.
Peter M on May 29, 2019
Required to install my saw-side router table.
Peter M on May 29, 2019
Will these rails also allow you to install the sliding crosscut sled without needing to trim off the end of it?
tim w on Aug 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not quite sure what you are asking. If you are asking if the end of the rails need to be cut off to use the cross-cut table (I assume you are talking about the SawStop crosscut table), then, no as they don't extend past the edge of the table. If you are asking about having to trim the rails on a home made crosscut sled, the answer is also no, because the rails have cutouts for the miter tracks. The rails are for the Professional Cabinet saw. If you have a different SawStop model, the rails will not work.

I hope that I have answered your question. If not, I recommend that you call SawStop or chat online at the website. They are very helpful. Just ask for technical assistance. You will get someone who really knows the products. Likely you will talk to Trent, who is very helpful. You also can check on the website if the sliding crosscut table is compatible with your model of SawStop, but it is a bit clunky to work with because it is assuming that you are building a new saw. I would talk to SawStop. They will absolutely be able to answer your question. My answers are guesses based on trying to interpret your question.