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This Grizzly fence system, also designed to fit a wide variety of bandsaws, is easily the best in the lot. It does everything the Kreg does, but it one-ups the Kreg with even smoother sliding action and an even better fence. The extrusion switches more easily from tall to low-profile, and its tall side is much taller, nearly 6-in., meaning you won’t have to bother adding an auxiliary fence for resawing. And the extrusion can be taken off completely, leaving only the narrow cast-iron part of the fence for added ripping capacity. My only quibble is the location of the lock lever, which made my hand bump into long workpieces sometimes.
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