Rip the rail to tweak the top
In my garage shop, I use sawhorses for my tablesaw outfeed supports. But I don't always put the saw in the same spot, and the uneven floor sometimes had me shimming the sawhorse feet to get them flush and level with the tablesaw top. So I added these adjusters to quickly make small leveling adjustments. A few quick twists of the shop-made wheels raises or lowers either end of the top rail and offsets the angle of the floor.
—David McGuffin, Louisville, Ky.