Harvey How to level a table saw

Harvey How to level a table saw

Harvey Lets Level it. No shims no building a base simple Level solution, with PERFECT results watch and see
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  1. MrBAchompBAchomp on September 18, 2022 at 1:53 am

    I got mine this morning. Been watching your vids over the last few weeks.

    To level my saw I just put the bolts that held it down to the pallet back in

  2. T. Carroll on September 18, 2022 at 2:02 am

    Just received my saw and couldn’t agree more. I have a very old shop with a concrete floor which has cracks. Mobility is not feasible, which I knew, so I came up with the same Idea you did. Works just fine.
    By the way I contacted Harvey just to ask their opinion on leveling feet. Was told they would call back within 30 or 40 min. Two weeks later I’m still waiting on that call. I’m hoping at this time I made the right decision on this purchase…I’ve lost faith in their customer service.

  3. The Papester on September 18, 2022 at 2:14 am

    Any warranty concerns about adding the leveler’s to the cabinet since you had to drill into the cabinet? I wonder if Harvey considers that a modification that voids their warranty. (I know it has nothing to do with the operation of the saw, but nowadays, manufactures have some of the strictest policies for warranty coverage 🙁 )

  4. Andrew Stallings on September 18, 2022 at 2:24 am

    I think the reason that Harvey doesn’t include leveling feet is because if you look at current trends, most people prefer mobile bases. Many companies omit things that are potentially waisted accessories to shave a penny. Same reason they don’t include anything other than a basic blade. They know if they included a Forrest, there would inevitably be customers that prefer Amana blades or something else all together. I have mine on a mobile base, but am changing that to leveling feet. I’m planning on using feet that mount into the threaded holes that were used to bolt the saw to the pallet. I wonder if you could have taken the bolts that held the saw to the pallet and simply inserted them into the threaded holes from the inside and threaded them down to "shim" up the saw cabinet without having to purchase leveling feet. It wouldn’t be as stable as the wider support that your option provides, but I wonder if it would have worked well enough.

  5. Geometry Build on September 18, 2022 at 2:25 am

    The hand wheel that changes height – does it lock on yours?

  6. Bob Billock on September 18, 2022 at 2:47 am