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  • Need mounting dimensions for DW788

    I am designing a stand for the DW788, however mine is in storage 85 miles away. I need to know the measurements for the mounting holes. The distance between centers of the two front holes and the distance to the single back mounting hole. If some has these measurements or can take time to measure your DW788 please Email them to me at [email protected].

    Thank you for your help. Roger

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    There are 3 mounting holes, 2 in the front and 1 in the back in the center. Between the 2 front holes is 9" center to center. Now if you take a straight line between the 2 holes for the front and find center it is 22 1/2" to the back hole which is slotted for a small degree of variable. Hope that helps.
    John T.

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      Thank you John T. That is the dimensions I needed. Will post a photo when I am finished. Roger.

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