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Old 08-31-2009, 12:21 AM
Dino Dino is offline
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Exclamation EZ Upgrades.

Hi guys.
Now that we have the space I like to dedicate this thread on the ez Upgrades.

If you owned any ez tool and you like to replace it with the latest version
you can simply send the tool to:

Att. Upgrade dept.( We don't have a such dept. but makes things easy)
3586 Kennedy Road.
South Plainfield NJ

Shipping is paid by the customer.
Better to combine the upgrade with an order to save the return shipping
even if the order is only $3.00
Best to use USPS reg. shipping and not priority.

Tools. I will post pictures with all the details this week.

A. Square.
B. Cabinetmaker.
C. Repeaters.
D. SRK. (Smart Router Kit)
E. Parallel Limit Stops. ( rail stops)
F. B-300.

One Note with more to follow with pictures.
The old repeaters come with a measuring scale printed on the arms.
The new repeaters don't offer a printed scale.
If you like to extend the capacity from 26" to 48" there is a charge for that.
If you have the repeaters with the smart clamping system,
keep the smart clamping system. You can use it without the repeaters.

If your square works
fine without going off (due to heavy use or bumping)
bst to keep it and save the shipping cost.
If you can do the modifications, ( we will show you how) better to get the washers and knobs ( free shipping ) and avoid the hassle.

SRK. If you know how to adjust the SRK slide, better to keep the old one.
The best way is to make the adjustments and secure the parts with with few screws. ( Good to learn how to drill and tap)
The new SRK is made to be easily adjustable.

B-300. Nothing to return.
You need the new aluminum bars and special screws with nylon washers.
The first production run was done using connectors or 1/2"x 3/8" aluminum bars.
The Bridge works fine but the new aluminum bars and the screws/nylon washers
are going to prevent any future problems.

Details to follow.
ycf dino

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