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Zero clearence isert

I trying to install a zero clearence insert on a 10" delta table saw ,the instuctions said to replace my 10" blade with a 7 1/4 blade then raise the with saw running which I did, then put the 10" blade back on. The 10" blade does't fit through the new cut

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I'm not sure why the instructions said to change the blade in order to cut the slot. I've made several of the zero clearance inserts (for different blades) and always made the slot with the blade I intend to use it with. Of course, you need to match the inserts to the blades (I just tie wrap them together.

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