Contractor Saw PALS
A poorly aligned table saw is not only frustrating to use, but also dangerous to operate. If you own a contractor style saw with the motor hanging out the rear of the saw, we offer the perfect solution to getting your saw properly aligned… simply. For years, the accepted technique for aligning a contractor saw was normally accomplished with a hammer and a piece of wood.
In the photo to the right, you can see a pair of “L” brackets with micro-adjusting screws that we use to make adjustments. The end result of PALS installation can be a perfectly aligned saw in less than 15 minutes, and the rear trunnion will be “locked in position” to prevent the saw from coming out of alignment again.
Click here to view our PALS Installation video and PALS Installation Manual for more information on how PALS are installed on the saw and how they are used to help simplify aligning the contractor saw.
PALS are designed for most saws where the motor hangs out the rear. Installing them on “hybrid” saws may prove difficult, as access to the rear housing (trunnion) may be very limited. PALS are available in 3 models, which will fit most saws with 5/16”, 3/8”, or 8MM bolts that hold the rear trunnion in position.
|PALS Kit with 3/8″ studs. Fits: Atlas, Craftsman (US made), Ridgid||$19.99|
|PALS Kit with 5/16″ studs. Fits: Craftsman (imported), Delta, some Grizzly , General, some Powermatic, Mao Shan, Rockwell, King, Tool Star||$19.99|
|PALS Kit with 8mm studs. Fits: AMT, Bridgewood, Jet, some Grizzly, some Powermatic, Ohio Forge||$19.99|