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Rockler Aluminum Miter Bars, Choose Length

Slides smoothly in any 3/4'' x 3/8'' miter slot—adjustable nylon set screws let you dial in a no-slop fit!

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Rockler 18" Aluminum Miter Bar
Rockler 18" Aluminum Miter Bar Item #22987
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SAVE $4 (18%) Current Price: $17.99 Each Original Price: $21.99 Each
Rockler 24" Aluminum Miter Bar
Rockler 24" Aluminum Miter Bar Item #26232
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$25.99 Each
Rockler 36" Aluminum Miter Bar
Rockler 36" Aluminum Miter Bar Item #42733
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SAVE $2 (6%) Current Price: $27.99 Each Original Price: $29.99 Each

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Set up your jigs and crosscuts sleds for smooth-sliding action on table saws, router tables, workbenches and more! These solid aluminum miter bars from Rockler have nylon set screws that adjust in or out for a perfect fit in any standard 3/4'' x 3/8'' miter slot. Available individually in 18'', 24'' and 36'' lengths.


  • Great for shop-made crosscut jigs, cutoff tables, taper jigs and more
  • Aluminum won't warp, swell or shrink like wooden runners—miter bars fit perfectly every time
  • 1/4-20 threaded holes for easy attachment

Note: Mounting screws are NOT included because the length of screw needed depends on the thickness of your material. The miter bars are tapped for 1/4-20 machine screws, which provide extremely secure attachment, and also allow attachment to thin material: 1/2'' and even thinner. This can help maintain maximum depth of cut on crosscut sleds.

If you wish, you can attach the miter bars with ordinary wood screws, but you will need to countersink the threaded holes, and the stock you screw them onto will need to be at least 3/4'' thick.

(1) Rockler Aluminum Miter Bar

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Brand Rockler
Weight 1.240000
Tech Spec
  • Brand: Rockler
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Compatible Miter Track: 3/4'' wide x 3/8'' high
  • Length: Choose your length
  • Threading of Holes: 1/4''-20

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