Festool Guide Rail Connector 1 per Pack - 2 Recommended
Use to connect two guide rails for long workpieces. FS/2 guide rails require 2 connectors. These are sold as each.Hard-anodized surfaceSoft, non-slip coatingHard rubber splinter guardMounting slot...
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- Hard-anodized surface
- Soft, non-slip coating
- Hard rubber splinter guard
- Mounting slot for: FSW angle unit, 2 FSV connectors, FSZ clamps, FS-AW Deflector
- Festool products can only be sold in the 50 states
You need to buy TWO (2)!
As my title says, if you are going to use these to join two guide rails for the TS-55 or TS-75 you will need to purchase two. Why they don't come in a two-pack is beyond me. Plus, I think they are a bit pricey for a straight hunk of metal with four set screws, but that's Festool. Also, the set screws have shallow slots. After 4 or 5 uses the slots are already worn from the screw driver slipping. I will be looking for Allen wrench (hex hole) set screws to replace them. Other than that they do what they're supposed to. I recommend it if you need it. I have a 55" track and a 42" track. Joined that gives me a 97" track for cutting down the length of sheet goods, but with no run-on or run-off for the saw, which makes cutting the ends awkward and potentially sloppy. Two 55" rails joined would be better. But I may eventually pop for a 106" rail.
HOWEVER - Some Guide rails can be difficult to align properly. Check that the ends are machined to exactly 90 deg.