Technique suggestion needed on how to rip a thin strip off of wide board
I made a 30 inch wide back panel for a cabinet I'm making (first cabinet ever). It has stiles and rails with a quarter inch panel inset. My problem is, it's about 1/4 inch too wide and I have to trim about 1/8 inch off each side. Max rip on my saw (it's a contractor saw) is 12 inches on the left 25 inches on the right.
How would I remove this 1/8 inch of material? I can't run the fence along the part of wood that I'm removing, right? I suppose I can clamp a guide and just cut with my circular saw but there's gotta be a way to do it with my table saw, right?