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Kreg KMS7303
Item 145830

30-Inch Jig and Fixture Bar, # KMS7303

$23.99

Nylon set-screws along the length of the bar adjust with the turn of a screwdriver to take up any play in the miter gauge slot. Machined mounting holes to attach the miter bar to your jig or...

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Nylon set-screws along the length of the bar adjust with the turn of a screwdriver to take up any play in the miter gauge slot. Machined mounting holes to attach the miter bar to your jig or fixture. Perfect for building workshop jigs and fixtures.



  • 3/4" wide x 3/8" thick x 30" long, fits most miter gauge slots


  • Pre-machined mounting holes every 4" along the length of the bar


  • Six adjustable nylon set screws included to eliminate play in miter slot


  • Constructed of heavy-duty aircraft-grade aluminum.


  • Great for shop-made jigs like a table saw sled




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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    This is perfect for jigs

    I use these bars for my cross cut sled, and all of my jigs. The set screws give me a tight miter track fit with zero slop. Stop wasting time milling runners that will expand seasonally and buy these. You will be happily surprised.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best one in my comparison

    Finally, an accurate miter bar! I bought three different miter runners made by two manufacturers (all items sold by Woodcraft) for a crosscut sled, and this Kreg runner is my pick of the bunch. Two features make it the best 1) it's longer (30") than the other two runners, and 2) the 8 adjustment spots to adjust for accurate fit in a miter track allow for a no-slop fit throughout its travel. It uses 8 threaded nylon inserts for adjusting fit, (not 6 as mentioned in the description). After a simple adjustment, it runs freely in the slot and still has almost no side-to-side play. The other manufacturer's runners don't have as many adjustment points for fit, so there's a little more sideways slop as the bars run the length of the slot. The fact that the Kreg is 30 inches long also helps accuracy. I still have the other two miter runners (one extruded aluminum bar with jam wedges underneath that adjust the width, and one steel bar with plastic adjustment disks for width), but this Kreg is the one that I'll use.

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