|Item Weight||1.44 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 7 x 18.8 inches|
|Item model number||2610997204|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Bosch 4000 Table Saw Replacement Miter Gauge Assembly # 2610997204
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The Bosch 2610997204 is a replacement miter gauge for the 4100 series Bosch table saws. Bosch carries a fill line of accessories, attachments, and replacement parts for the Bosch 4100 series table saw. Rely on Bosch OEM replacement parts and accessories to keep your Bosch tools up and running.
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So it may be used with the 4100, but the tendency to flip out of the groove is annoying and inconvenient. After I received this, I thought I might drill the end & stick a short #10 copper wire through the hole to keep it in the groove. But I found the correct "gauge" on Ebay for only a few more dollars, bought it from Ebay, and am returning this one.
Also, the knob on this gauge is considerably larger & higher than on my 4100 gauge.
I wanted a 2nd miter gauge to be able to use them both together with a piece of wood joining the two, so I could push (at the same time) on both sides of the wood to be crosscut. For me this is not primarily a "miter gauge," but a cross-cut feeder, a pushing device for feeding lumber into the blade for cross-cut.
1. The metal piece that runs in the slot is "sloppy", and there is enough wiggle to mess up precision cuts - and unlike other runners, the Bosch one provides no way to adjust out the slop
2. There are no holes in the miter fence, so you have to drill your own to install your wood/sacrificial fence - and when you do this, there is very little space for wing nuts. In other words, the body of the gauge is too small. However, this low height may not be unique to the Bosch gauge.
3. The gauge is also too narrow/short from one side to another. Very hard to hold steady a piece of wood of any significant length. Plus the plastic is slick so the work piece wants to creep.
Although you will of course want a crosscut sled for larger stock, I think one should have a reliable miter gauge for smaller pieces - but this Bosch gauge is surely not what you want. Save your money for a good gauge!