Model REC-2780-EXT Reconditioned Extension Table for 2780(49″ Rip Capacity)


Reconditioned item. Rousseau extension table for smaller saws: Dewalt DWE 7480, DW744, Bosch GTS1031, Skil model SPT70WT-22. Micro Adjust Assembly for Quick & Accurate Saw Positioning.

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  • Expands rip capacity to 49″
  • Attaches quickly, easily and solidly
  • High pressure laminated table top for durability and long life
  • Includes set screws for leveling with stand to assure accuracy

The Rousseau 2780-EXT Extension Table, when installed with a 2780, 2700-XL or 2745 table saw stand, increases the rip capacity of the stand to 49″ and doubles the work surface of the stand. The 2780-EXT easily attaches to the stand, includes leveling set screws, and is of steel construction with a laminated table top

1 review for Model REC-2780-EXT Reconditioned Extension Table for 2780(49″ Rip Capacity)

  1. Craig Bridge (verified owner)

    Great product, I’ve had one for years on my setup and I bought this one as a gift for a step son in the contracting business. Several years ago, I bought a table and outfeed table as a Christmas gift after seeing him having two people balancing a 4×8 sheet of plywood on his small DeWalt contractor job saw on the ground or on a piece of plywood on two saw horses. He and his lead worker weren’t sure it was going to be worth hauling around the setup; however, after 3 months of use they won’t leave home with out it! It has saved them lots of time over the years and it puts the saw at a good work height and made most cuts a one man operation. They used it so much that they wore out the fence (popped welds on the spring steel and broke the magnifying cross hair) and didn’t think twice about buying a replacement.

    I’m a little disappointed that the tab where the bolt and wing nut go to hold it in registration to the table doesn’t align with the one on the older table. The new tables and extensions have been redesigned with bent cross bars to eliminate the 3/4″ spacers on the older design which raises that tab about 3/4″ . I’ll have to figure out if I can drill and tap the tab and cross bar on the older table to accept a wing screw through the hole on the new extension to eliminate the need to clamp the setup together so the rip fence rule is accurate the entire distance.

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