6. Attach the splitter (H) Fig. 14 to the splitter support bracket (B). Place a 1/4" external tooth
lockwasher and an M6.4 flat washer on an M6x1x20mm hex head screw (L).
7. Insert the screw (L) Fig. 14 through the splitter support bracket (C) and the splitter (H). Place
an M6.4 flat washer and a 1/4" external tooth lock washer on the screw (L). Thread an M6x1
wing nut (M) Fig. 15 on the screw (L) Fig. 15.
NOTE: Before tightening the wing nut (M) Fig. 15, make certain a gap of at least
1/8" is between the bottom edge of the splitter (N) and the top surface of the table
(P) and that the protrusions (K) are inside the slot of the splitter assembly (H).
8. Use a straight edge to see if the splitter (H) Fig. 16 is aligned with the saw blade (R). If an
adjustment is necessary, the splitter (H) can be moved left or right and rotated.
9. When the splitter is properly aligned with the saw blade, tighten the screws (C) and (G) Fig.
The miter gauge is shipped assembled and is supplied with a T-slot bar (A) Fig. 18 that is
inserted into either one of the two T-slotted miter gauge grooves (B) located in the table top. The
T-slot prevents the miter gauge from falling when it is extended beyond the front of the table
when cross-cutting extra wide workpieces.