TrueTrac

RGS - 55" Threaded Rod Kit (48 Inch Capacity)

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This kit allows the addition of a threaded rod to an existing 55 inch long Router Gantry System Rail Assembly - Effectively, for creating the threaded index control on a 4ft working area capacity "bridge" unit.

Includes the threaded rod itself, two permanently sealed press-fit bearings, and two Acme-threaded nuts already spaced and installed on the rod.

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Nigel Irons
Love my router sled!

My sled kit with the threaded rod insert has been amazing. I love how few moving parts there are, and how sturdy the rails are!

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Fantastic system for transforming your circular saw!

After installing the saw base on my DeWalt circular saw (along with a new blade), I have primarily used my TrueTrac for small projects so far. In fact, it is getting much more use than I expected! The main reason I purchased it was to rip long boards cleanly to build skin on frame canoes. I was hoping it would give better results and be less dangerous than using the table saw. This has exceeded my expectations--each cut is perfect! I purchased the 12ft kit as well as an additional 2ft section of track, and this is now my go to saw when I need precision.

Thank you! Well worth every penny.

Love my TrueTrac!

Nothing to say. Exactly as advertised. Great customer service and follow up.

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Truetrac, still my favorite after all these years!

I teach design and construction at a large state university. In and out of the classroom, I'm a designer and a maker.

A few years ago I picked up a truetrac system and I couldn't be happier with it. I'd tried several competitors and had issues with each of them but was really pleased with truetracks products when it arrived: it's solid, perfectly engineered and feels seriously legit. I have use this system so much over the past few years and just wanted to come back with an update to let everyone know I still think it's an excellent, excellent product. I had mine originally set up on a D-walt until the saw gave out on me, now I have it on a dedicated Metabo and it's still perfect. Aside from doing everything I'd hoped it would (I work with students in the field building structures for local not-for-profit organizations. We have modest means and portability is everything for us. What we can't throw into the back of a car and set up on sawhorses just isn't going to work for us). The thing I wasn't counting on are the new directions (seriously) that we can explore with our designs. Our structures since true track has joined our team are so much more interesting from a functional and aesthetic purposes. We taper roof joists to carry the necessary loads but tapering off to a beautiful form: we never worked like this before because a miter saw and a table saw just cannot do what truetrack can.

Truetrack - we love you! Years of use (and student site abuse) and you are still an awesome part of our little bag of tricks and trade secrets. Thank you for helping us expand our horizons.

Time saver

We attached a Milwaukee 10 1/4 circular saw to it. We were working with aluminum panels and the Trac it self wouldn't side or move , just awesome! Our materials were 6" thick and had to make to passes to cut it. The True Trac system made it super easy!!!