ok, thanks Scott. I have another question. WHen I assembled the saw, I noticed that both wings angle upward just a tad. The outermost part is about .020 higher than the main table. When I put a staight edge on the table spanning everything, I can get a .020 shim under it on the main table. Being a tool designer, I work with machine tools and here's what I think I'd do. I would remove the wings and file the edge where it meets the main table. I'd file an ever so slight angle on it. The wing is about 13" wide so if I file .001 off of it, angling toward the bottom, it should drop the end of the wing by approx. .013, because the ratio is 1/13. But if I file too much, and when I put it back on, if it dips down, that's an easy fix by shimming it at the bottom. But angling up like it is now, I can't very well shim it at the top. So I figure I'll file it and then shim at the bottom if need be. Am I thinking right?
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