I got a set of the Saw Stop cast iron wings to put on my R4512 and finally put them on yesterday. It was a fun project that I got to work with my Old Man on. The SS wings are a 4 bolt pattern and the Ridgid is a 3; we eventually opted to drill and tap the R4512 to a 4 bolt pattern and here's how it worked out.
Starting out with the OEM setup:
Back rail removed
Starting with the left wing
Here are the old and new wings. The SS wing is about 1.5-2MM shorter in length than the R4512's table, however they are about 3-4" wider than the stamped steel wings so that was a bonus.
Pops is a retired machinist so this was like riding a bike for him...
Deburring the tappings. One thing about tapping on the left side is the iron filings could fall into the the motor cover, so we covered the vents so that wouldn't happen.
1 side is finished.
The left side middle 2 bolts are potentially problematic as you can't get an allen wrench in to tighten them. They are sandwiched by the motor housing below and the castings from the wing above. By switching to a hex head, I was able to get a socket with a flex-t handle in there no problem. Now it's as tight as can be.
The right side was a piece of cake. Just 4 more holes in rapid succession and there was nothing in the way of the allen bolts. Here's the final product.
The last thing I'll do is put a formica extension on the right wing/end of the fence but I won't get to that for a little while.