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GaryD

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Hi,

Help

I have an old Kity419 Saw,,, someone before me lost the rip fence and threaded knob assembly so
I bought a new extension table with a new rip fence along with the front guide rail but it came without the looking handle (Threaded knob PRT NO K502205) I have fitted a temporary locking knob so that the rip fence can be locked into position but each time I tighten the knob ,, it leaves a small round indent mark on the front guide rail that it locks onto (metal against metal) .

I have asked NMA for the part and they have the threaded knob in stock but say its just a handle fixed on a bolt
now am I missing something ,,,,Kity must have something that when you tighten the threaded knob it doesn't mark the front rail??? well I guess they would

What I need is the threaded knob and this damper bit that sits on the end of the threaded bolt

if there is a damper....could someone please tell me what it looks like or maybe take a photo of the locking knob assembly showing the underside..

thanks for any help

Oh---the saws a great little work horse it works a treat, great tool.


thanks

Gary


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Mr Ed

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Here you go;



Even with this it still marks the rail, but does not dent it which personally I never saw as a problem.



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GaryD

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Wow!!!!Thats briliant....

two things....
is that bit on the end made from rubber?
and how is it attatched to the bolt?

thanks again Ed,

Gary
 

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No its not rubber its steel.

Its attached to the threaded stem with a cap screw - the stem must be bored and threaded into the end I think.

Can you not just stick something onto the end of your temporary bolt to cushion it, like a bit of wood, or even a drop of epoxy might do it.

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GaryD

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What i made is so similar that i don't think its worth changing
the marks i have on my guide rail are about the same as yours.

i used a plastick handle with a metal bolt,
on one end of the bolt i ground down so it had a kind of nipple end.
i then put a thick metal washer over the nipple end and pinged it over. i also glued a thin rubber washer on but this fell off

Ed,,,, thanks again,,, have a good weekend

Gary


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