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  • Recommended Stand For DeWalt?

    I have a barely used DW788 coming and need to get a stand. Should I get a DeWalt stand, or is there a better option? I'll have to try it first, but I think that I like the idea of a tilted forward stand. What's the best way to do that?

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    Id go with the Dewalt stand, especially if you dont have access to many other tools, like tablesaw, or mitersaw to aid in building your own stand. The Dewalt stand is a well built stand, designed for the saw so it fits perfectly, and has the necessary leg extension to raise the rear of the saw. I love mine, and yes, mine are tilted up in the real, it makes sitting at the saw more comfortable.
    Dale w/ yella saws

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      I bought the Dewalt stand and had it cut down so I could sit while scrolling.
      DeWalt 788

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