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Installed BT3000 shim set outside of saw enclosure

I had a customer on EBay complain that the flay shims were 0.1″ too long and that they would not work in his saw. The pictures below show that not only are they just fine, they will no impeded the travel either way of the arbor because the arbor’s travel is limited and there is plenty of room to have even longer flat or angled shims. The pictures below show the arbor moved to each extreme.

Top of travel angle shim side to show how the arbor cannot be raised further
Back side showing the flat shims how they are not impeded at all at top of travel side 1
Back side showing the flat shims how they are not impeded at all at top of travel side 2
top of travel bottom side of flat shim
Bottom travel position can’t travel further. Angled shim side
Bottom of travel flat shim side. Ample room for shims to be even longer.
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