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    Just wanted to note that I hooked up my Easy Lift on my Dewalt 788. For $20, all that have been thinking about one but haven't done it yet, you're really missing something. Now if I could only constently be able to be a top feeder, I'd really be happy. I keep trying with the bottom blade attachment but for some reason, a lot of the time when I turn the thumbscrew it just doesn't catch the blade even when I think I have it in the holder properly.

    Harris

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    Harris;
    When I had my Dewalt I also found the easy lift to be wonderfull accessory and well worth the price.
    As far as the top feeding goes it is just a matter of practice and as soon as those little eyes in your fingertips get some excersize you will be finding how to attach the blade into the bottom holder with ease every time.
    W.Y.
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